"They don't need it. They have just paper flowers."
This is the title Chiara Albertoni's personality,
which will be inaugurated at 19,00 at the Vulcano
Contemporary Art Gallery of Caivano. The young Venetian
artist will present an exhibit of personal works
describing an extreme and distant nature, a nature
that is disappearing, which slowly becomes a fading
memory; vague,ever more faint and undefinable.The
nature of Albertoni is not, for this reason, unrealistic.
Quite the contrary. It is real, or better yet, it
once was. This exact nature, which the artist discribes
in such minute detail and "Da Vincism"
is present and, at the same time, is not. Because
it hides in its fragility and incapacity to defend
itself. Each work appears like a projected image,
not depicted on canvas, almost to highlight the
transition and the limited time which remains of
The paintings, with
their monocromatic style, seem to belong to a mythological
dimention, in memory of a time that was, but will
never return.The canvas,
almost untouched by the bruch or artist's pensil,
reflect a poetry, a stillness, taking with them
a peace, a quiet emotion that can no longer recognizable
in a world moving at one-hundred miles an hour,
without contemplation or thought. But the artist
has contemplated, observed, obsorbed and, related
first to the subject of her work, and then the material
of her art, bringing new life to each flower, each
snowflake, and everything else she decides to compose.
resembles a dream. But hidden within each petal
and each leaf, is the force and the hope of immortality
and greatness of divine character which overcomes.