Red and Blue by Monica Gorini
Take home this red and blue abstract.
This piece is part of the artist's personal research project dedicated to the color red. References to studies, philosophies, cultures and meanings in different cultures. The work captures and instinctiveness of gestures, a symbol of the strength that is always associated with the color red.
- Year of creation: 2016
- Dimensions: 86x 114 cm
- Technique: mixed
- Material: sand, glue, acrylic color on canvas
- Conditions of artwork: perfect
Monica Gorini will be displaying her artwork at the DesignCircus XMas edition 2018 on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November 2018 in Corso Venezia 6, Milan, Italy.
Monica Gorini is an Italian artist who lives and works in Milan. Since studying at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, she has divided her time between teaching and artistic research. His favorite themes are poetry, dreams and beauty in people and nature. In recent years she has focused her attention on human rights. She has worked with blind people to create sculptures and sensory installations. This experience paved the way for a personal style that is characterized by the interaction of different artistic languages and the active participation of the public. The artist has always interested in architecture, color and design and has explored their impact on people's daily lives. Her photographic works have been presented to international juries and received critical acclaim. She has exhibited her works in New York, Paris, London, Berlin, Barcelona, Turin, Venice, Milan and Rome, among other cities.
Founded in 1980, AMO lavita ONLUS is composed of the medical and nursing staff of the Operative Unit of Oncology of Milan’s San Carlo Borromeo Hospital as well as volunteers. Supporting the sick and their families is the aim of the association.
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