19-12-2017 by redazione
An exhibition of flowers at the Baby Marrow Art & Food Restaurant in Malindi.
Tomorrow evening, on Wednesday 20th December at 7 p. m. at 7 p. m."Portraits of flowers", the new solo exhibition of Italian artist Gian Paolo Tomasi, who has been exhibiting his conceptual, imaginative, profound or simply didactic works in Vasco Da Gama Road's premises for some time.
This time the protagonists are not "virtual"women, epochal Africa or the harmonious contrasts to which Tomasi has accustomed us, but flowers.
Beautiful, colorful and unique African flowers.
Flowers lacking only perfume, flowers made even more scenic and hypnotic by the art of photocomposition.
Flowers that become extraordinary works, furnishing objects but also and above all metaphors of our society, as the artist himself explains.
"The flowers that I have photographed and worked - says Tomasi - are all different from each other, and make diversity their beauty. At the same time, they are part of the great world of Nature and live in harmony with it. This is something that no longer happens for human beings, but which has even become a taboo in modern civilisation. Today the word "different" is always given a negative meaning to the word "different", while it is in diversity that beauty resides ".
The Tomasi exhibition is inaugurated in Malindi for the first time in the days in which the government of Donald Trump announced to ban some words from the health system, including "diversity".
In times of homologation and racial, political and religious divisions, the least we can do is try to "say it with a flower".
And to say it with the beauty of Gian Paolo Tomasi's paintings is even better.
The artist will be at Baby Marrow to present and explain his works, starting from 19 and during the dinner.
For information and reservations: Tel. 0700766704
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