official opening: Freitag 01.03.2019
presentation francesco fasolato
from his “Manifesto of Metamathematical Painting” (2017): I feel myself as twenty-century’s son, I was born one and half month before
the fall of the Berlin Wall, so first I look behind me:
I understood different lessons by lots of masters, so I refuse the idea of multiplying ideas ‘cause that’s useless, whereas Art is always useful.
I tried to paint artworks through mind’s rational scheme,
I legitimized my work with other work: writing. And I flowed under y.
I don’t look forward because
I don’t believe Art can tell something new,neither in a new way,the reign of Art’s History is more bigger than terrain’s one.
Today we only need a synthesis that talk to the wordabout the word itself.
Form is unique key to open the art’s doors,and Metamathematical Painting wants to say:
“This is the New Form. You have to follow the hyperbole and flow over y”.
From painted artwork, through text, flowing in your mind: this is the sacred place of Art.”
He studied Mechanics at the old I.T.I.S Marconi, Padua, and then History in its University. He moved in Germany the 3th October 2017, in Garmisch-Partenchirken first and Grainau after, where he paint, wrote and exposed every of his three official exhibitions in Italy. The 1st December 2018 he moved in Berlin starting paint his series of “Black shrouds” to start promoting his Metamathematical Art, reaching to the “Constellations”, a new abstract composition. Here in Rio Grande F. prepared a series of “Blues” thinking about the water, the river, and the first opportunity he had in Berlin to expose and paying hommage to the name of an historical and elegant restaurant in Kreuzberg.
- 23 november – 7 december 2016, “Dalla terra al cielo”, Palazzo Zabarella, Padua, Italy, collective promoted by “Progetto giovani”, University of Padua;
- 17 december 2016, “The Metamathematical Happening of Venice”, Venice, S. Marco, personal happening in occasion of the 100th inauguration of young artists at Bevilacqua La Masa’s Foundation;
- 24 june – 10 august 2017, “The Manifest of Metamathematical Painting: the Module-I and Compositions”, personal exhibition in Villa Draghi, Montegrotto Terme (Padua)