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(Italiano) LE QUATTRO STAGIONI DELL’ANIMA

(Italiano) Prof.ssa Sara Taglialagamba - storico dell'arte

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BLOOMING SOUL

Prof. Daniele Radini Tedeschi - Art critique and historian

Increasingly recurring are those theories according to which man must live, and die, in a fractal and not in a squared architecture or geometric solid. To live in a skyscraper in fact strongly affects the individual’s aura while this does not happen in the case of a trullo: (cylindrical house with conical roof), an African tukul, a cave. The architecture, since the time of Bruno Taut, had understood the need to construct homes and cities meeting certain aesthetic forms, in the form of a rose and therefore of the flower. The fractal structure (instead fractal) therefore can facilitate the generation of that blissful field thrown over humanity by way of compression wave, super wave in the words of Dan Winter. Cities like Prague were in fact arisen on a fractal rose shaped plant, the same for Pienza, and back up to Stonehenge or Machu Picchu, to reach therefore the Mayan sacred...
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SOUL AWAKEN

FRANCESCA BOGLIOLO - Art Critique

"This is a kind of secret language, made up of enchanting formulas, that comes from even before words, from the time when what men imagined and foretold was truer than real compared to what they saw, that was the only reality.” J. Mirò  Andrea Prand’s artistic work is, first, something that speaks about memory and to the heart.  Among the artist’s intentions there is the hidden will to enter into contact again with the most intimate part of man, the one that allows being curious and open-minded like in childhood, free of prejudices, full of possibilities, eager to learn. The artist investigates the opportunities offered by the technique and its many expressions to activate man’s imagination, to allow him find unstable primordial harmonies, to lead him beyond appearances, towards a relational path that is a metaphor of a continuous and ceaseless pursuit. No problem if we approach the concept expressed...
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Andrea Prandi and art reveal fragments of infinity

PROF. GIAMMARCO PUNTELLI – Art critique and historian

One is a philosopher not only by writing books or handing down one’s teachings orally, but also – and especially – through art, by addressing an audience for which the image is a necessary emotional documentation that leads to deeper and diverse comprehension. So art changes its approach and becomes a vehicle for a different kind of thought: observing something that maybe we have never seen before and perhaps from a different perspective. To do this, one needs not only a natural talent but also a non-passive acceptance of a creative, narrative, original drive to operate, with original theorems to be demonstrated and postulates of an illusionistic kind, the only ones truly needed when walking on the absolutely asymmetrical and unstable stones of artistic research that has as its goal the infinite sense of mystery between what we don’t and can’t know and what we would like to perceive. Andrea...
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Andrea Prandi: the time traveller

PROF. GIORGIO GRASSO – Art critique and historian

When observing the works of this artist, one naturally reaches this conclusion because Andrea, as well as being highly creative and having innate communication skills, presents and represents in his works an unconscious knowledge of the past and of the future, almost as if the centuries that separate history have become a thin thread in his expert hands. His art transports us into oneiric or ancient places abounding in inner emotions that dig their roots into the origins of the cosmos, all the way to the conscience of the contingent. Andrea sets up a direct dialogue with the observers of his art, in search of an intimate astonishment, caught in the essence of the fleeting moment, capable of renewing its emotional meaning with each new reading. With his art he is capable of sparking in us the memory of the thinner side of things, so as to extract a different...
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(Italiano) TRA FIGURAZIONE E SURREALISMO

PROF. SANDRO SERRADIFALCO - CRITICO, SAGGISTA ED EDITORE

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(Italiano) “L’EMOZIONE DI UN ATTIMO ATTRAVERSO UN SOLO ISTANTE… L’OPERA D’ARTE.”

DOTT.SSA AZZURRA IMMEDIATO – CRITICO E STORICO DELL’ARTE

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(Italiano) IL GIOVANE SKYWALKER

PROF. GIORGIO SCARATO - ARTISTA E ILLUSTRATORE INTERNAZIONALE

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(Italiano) NELL’EMOZIONE DI UN ATTIMO

DOTT.SSA ENRICA PASQUA - CRITICO E STORICO DELL'ARTE

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(Italiano) IN UN MONDO DI SOGNI

STEFANIA ZAGO - GIORNALISTA E CRITICO DELL'ARTE

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