Matteo Cirenei was born in Schio in 1965 and has been living in Milan since 1967, where he obtained his Degree in Architecture at the Polytechnic Institute of Engineering and Architecture.
The evolution of this research leads, at the end of the first decade of the millennium, in an aesthetic approach that eliminates the overall vision of the building, re-creates an equilibrium of form in a new composition that comes from the combination of architectural elements and games of light and shade, plastic acts purely figurative. Metaphysical visions, abstractions which arise from the details of buildings designed by architectural masters: a glance full of admiration for the object of study of the past year s at the Faculty of Architecture of Milan, which now, through the photographic medium, generate new visual arrays.
“Rome Figure 2” by @vincentpepi, 1950. Giclee, 20 x 15 inches. Today is the last day to see “Vincent Pepi: Over 50 Years of Painting,” on view at the @quoguegallery. For an Art Review, visit http://goo.gl/y98Jym.
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#ThrowbackThursday with #mypubliclandsroadtrip at Canyon Pintado or Painted Canyon!
Traveling through Canyon Pintado in Colorado, you can find hundreds of archaeological sites, mostly from the prehistoric Fremont culture and the Ute occupations of the canyon. Spanish for Painted Canyon, the area received its name from priests Father Dominguez and Father Escalante, who noticed ancient rock art abound as they journeyed through the Douglas Creek Valley in 1776.
Ancient cultures etched petroglyphs and painted pictographs along the rock walls of the panels, depicting animals, humans and abstract figures. Today, Highway 139 cuts through the canyon, providing access to the rock art as well as to hiking, camping, mountain biking and picnicking opportunities. Seven premiere rock art locations and archaeological sites are located along the canyon, posted with interpretive panels.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the area and plan a visit.