[Exhibition] “LandEscape”

Alfonso Maria Isonzo presents the exhibition LandEscape, mixing photography and sculpture, using the transition from two-dimension objects into tridimensionality as a mean of reflecting about the idea of landscape.

 

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

 

The exhibition offers a reflection on the landscape themes through a specific research that Isonzo has carried out following an imaginary line that join two disciplines, the photographic and sculptural one.


 

Practical information

“LandEscape”
6 to 18 May, 2016
House of Architecture
Piazza Manfredo Fanti, 47
00185 Rome
Italy

 


In the first (presented in the Great Hall) proposes 10 photos, real visual exploration in the maze of old pine logs Maritime cut that, in a totally unexpected result, they return us a metaphysical scenario of abandoned cities.

 

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

 

In the Monitor space, instead, Isonzo introduces us, through a portal, in a short path among suspended sculptures and three-dimensional pictures, using different materials such as cement, aluminum, wood and cardboard.

 

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

 

The investigation in this case is addressed towards the landscape construction, exposing the work in order to have different viewpoints.

 

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

 

Isonzo works in Rome, his artistic career has explored various media, from photography to collage to sculpture, up to design of furnishings.

 

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo

LandEscape © Alfonso Maria Isonzo


 

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