Thursday 31 January 2013 5.30 p.m. – Free admission - PAINTING

Dynamic, conflictual art that uses the energy of signs and colours to convey moods, feelings and instincts, in a search for a (possible) balance between subjectivity and objectivity. Art is presented as an idea (and act) of strength inside and beyond form, as well as a communicative action. As Paola Doria writes, “an inside and an outside; art that speaks of people and art that only speaks to me.” She was born in Brescia and studied at the Free School for Nude Art under Luciano Gaspari and Vittorio Basaglia for two years before graduating from the Venice Academy with Carmelo Zotti. In 1992 she was given a study grant by the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation which allowed her to use a studio in Palazzo Carminati for several years. She has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions in Italy and other countries. She lives and works in Musile di Piave near Venice “with her husband, son, dog, chickens and a large studio in the middle of the Veneto countryside” (and a little nostalgia for Venice…)

Exhibition prepared by Emanuele Horodniceanu

The works will remain on display until 21 February 2013

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