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SINISCA
Contamination — Structures in the Space: 55 Years of Exhibitions

Sinisca was born in Naples on Dec. 7, 1929. He presently lives and works in Rome, New York and Spello in the beautiful hills of Umbria.

He started his activity in 1958 and is today one of the most famous Italian artists. His works are to be found not only in the major international museums but also, as a landmark, in important buildings and squares all over the world.

The present exhibition celebrates his 55 years of activity and his incredible creativity that he expresses through different forms of art. As a matter of fact Sinisca is a painter, lithographer, ceramist, scene-designer, jewelry maker, sculptor, designer, engraver and a photographer.

In spite of his great command over so many different techniques, there is a constant element in Sinisca's work: Space, as rightly notes the art critic Lorenza Trucchi.

But Sinisca has also a special talent in creating, through his works, different moods and states of mind. As Luce Marinetti points out, his unique energy is able to give an emotional meaning to space itself.

The 167 works on display at the Korea Foundation Cultural Center, from the 4th to 27th of December, include paintings, sculptures, photographs, mixed techniques, multiples, jewels and even dresses for a special fashion collection, "Agnona," which he especially designed.

A special display on a computer set, will also illustrate the complete collection of his work and a special publication, "Presence of Memory," designed to celebrate the Seoul event will be presented on the opening day at the presence of the Maestro.

Opening at Korea Foundation Cultural Center, December 4, at 6:00 p.m.




 

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