Gardens

Marco Eusepi at Noto

Eduardo Secci gallery, in collaboration with the City of Noto, is pleased to announce the solo show Gardens by Marco Eusepi, curated by Pier Paolo Pancotto, that will open on Saturday, July 9, 2022 (from 6:00 to 9:00 pm) at Palazzo Trigona (Via Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour 93, Noto, Siracusa). The exhibition will run until September 15, 2022. 

 

The exhibition - the second chapter that the gallery dedicates to the young Roman artist - brings together paintings on canvas and paper in both small and large-scale formats.

Through an artist practice as antique as contemporary, Marco Eusepi proposes an intimate representation of nature and landscape linked to tradition, where the natural element is studied in its micro and macroscopic aspects, becoming a pretext for activating a metalinguistic reflection on painting. In his painting grammar, the surface turns into a formal deconstruction field in which the different levels merge, questioning the compositional hierarchies creating new material organisms.

 

Pier Paolo Pancotto is the curator of the Art Club exhibition Program of Villa Medici - French Academy in Rome.

 

Marco Eusepi (Anzio, 1991) lives and works in Rome. He earned a diploma in Painting in 2015 and Graphic Art in 2018 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. His solo and two person shows include Eduardo Secci, Firenze (2021); Cose Viste, Marco Eusepi - Sergio Sarra, SPAZIOMENSA, Rome (2021); Underpainting, Albert Van Dyck Museum, Schilde, Antwerp (2019). His works have been exhibited in several group shows: Materia Nova. Roma nuove generazioni a confronto, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Rome (2021); Ineffable Worlds, Tang Contemporary Art, Hong Kong (2021); Opening Exhibition, SPAZIOMENSA, Rome (2020); Segno Contemporaneo, Dingyuan International Art Center, Beijing (2019); Academia Italia, VII Saint Petersburg International Cultural Forum, Saint Petersburg (2019); Hanji - works in paper, Korean Cultural Institute, Rome (2018); Masters Salon Painting, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp (2017).

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