“THERE’S SOME CHAOS…”: MY ABSTRACT WORK INSPIRING IN ITALY AN ALL DAY DEDICATED TO DANCE, MUSIC AND VISUAL ARTS

 

Roberto Alborghetti, There is some chaos, but with a focal point, 2010, Exclusively for Permanent Collection  of Contemporary Art

Roberto Alborghetti, There is some chaos, but with a focal point, 2010, Exclusively for Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art

This artwork titled “There is some chaos, but with a focal point” (“C’è del caos ma con un punto focale”) – abstract photo on canvas (42 x 62) I “captured” in Milan during a cloudy day on December 2010 – is displayed since April 2013 at the Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art, in Mercatello S/M, Pesaro Urbino, Marche  (Italy). Now the composition and its concept were chosen as the official name of a day (August 10) of events about dance, music and visual arts promoted by InDialogo. Such an honour for me!

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Two years ago I was so proud to donate my “Chaos” work to the Permanent Collection in Marche accepting the invitation from the curator, artist and sculptor Pasquale Martini, who had the way to view some of my abstract works focusing his attention on an image that, according to Martini, depicts and interprets the sense of my “Lacer/actions” project-research about decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. I’m so glad to be part of this Permanent Collection gathering pieces from national and international artists who are developing new forms and expressions in modern art.

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Roberto Alborghetti, The Official Catalogue of the Permanent Collection  of Contemporary Art

Roberto Alborghetti, The Official Catalogue of the Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art

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Roberto Alborghetti, The Official Catalogue of the Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art

PHOTOGALLERY / IN THE MAGICAL UNDERGROUNDS OF THE NEW PERMANENT COLLECTION OF CONTEMPORARY ART (MARCHE, ITALY) DISPLAYING A “LACER/ACTIONS” PIECE…

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Guest writer: Nicola Rossi

It’s not so usual today to open a great public space for art. But this incredible challenge has been won by Italian artist and curator Pasquale Martini and all his collaborators. The new Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art, located in the enchanting undergrounds of Palazzo Gasparini (a XVII Century palace), officially opened in Mercatello sul Metauro, a fascinating medieval and Renaissance town in Marche region (Pesaro Urbino, Italy). The Permanet Collection – displayed in a beautiful and magical space which was completely restored – opened as a completion of St. Francis Museum of Ancient Art.

The permanent exhibition presents 158 works including 32 sculptures and 126 paintings by established national and international artists. All this  was made possible thanks to enthusiasm, passion and tenacity of artist and sculptor Pasquale Martini who has involved in the ambitious and prestigious project, the mayor of Mercatello, Giovanni Pistola, with the Municipal Administration, the local tourism association (Pro Loco) and the whole community. The official catalogue has been entirely published with the contribution and sponsorship of Banca dell’Adriatico.

In a really special room – as you may see in this photo-gallery – has been also displayed the work created by Roberto Alborghetti for his “Lacer/actions” project concerning the research about images of torn and decomposed publicity posters and urban tokens. The piece is titled “There ‘s some chaos, with a focal point” (canvas, 63 x 43). The realistic and not manipulated image was “captured” in Milan during a cloudy day on December 2010.

PHOTOS: COURTESY OF BARBARA SCHLICHTE

"THERE'S SOME CHAOS, WITH A FOCAL POINT", ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, 2010, REALISTIC IMAGE ON PICTORIAL CANVAS, 63X43, OWNED BY PERMANENT COLLECTION OF CONTEMPORARY ART, MERCATELLO S/M, MARCHE, ITALY

“THERE’S SOME CHAOS, WITH A FOCAL POINT”, ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, 2010, REALISTIC IMAGE ON PICTORIAL CANVAS, 63X43, OWNED BY PERMANENT COLLECTION OF CONTEMPORARY ART, MERCATELLO S/M, MARCHE, ITALY