La schiuma dei giorni

October 19, 2022 - January 15, 2023

Galleria Eugenia Delfini is delighted to present Roberta Mariani's first solo show in Rome.

The exhibition, whose title, La schiuma dei giorni takes a cue from Boris Vian's novel Froth on the Daydream, is accompanied by Gianni Garrera’s critical essay, and includes a series of pictorial and sculptural works through which the artist investigates the fold as a concept from which to generate three-dimensional spaces.

The pictorial series, made on paper with pigments, graphite powder, and spray paint, presents abstract textures, force-plays, and elastic skeins.

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Galleria Eugenia Delfini is delighted to present Roberta Mariani's first solo show in Rome.

The exhibition, whose title, La schiuma dei giorni takes a cue from Boris Vian's novel Froth on the Daydream, is accompanied by Gianni Garrera’s critical essay, and includes a series of pictorial and sculptural works through which the artist investigates the fold as a concept from which to generate three-dimensional spaces.

The pictorial series, made on paper with pigments, graphite powder, and spray paint, presents abstract textures, force-plays, and elastic skeins.

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Essay by Gianni Garrera

When the world’s ornamentations are mutual emulations of matter’s markings, vegetation is equivalent to fabric, and the two realities share the same aesthetic parabola, both aware of how to undergo the same melismatic shifts. Roberta Mariani achieves the ambiguous equivalence between the intricacies she paints and the folds of a piece of bark and those of a brocade, between the corrugations of limestone and the wrinkles of a fabric.

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Essay by Gianni Garrera

When the world’s ornamentations are mutual emulations of matter’s markings, vegetation is equivalent to fabric, and the two realities share the same aesthetic parabola, both aware of how to undergo the same melismatic shifts. Roberta Mariani achieves the ambiguous equivalence between the intricacies she paints and the folds of a piece of bark and those of a brocade, between the corrugations of limestone and the wrinkles of a fabric.

read more
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