Bestia vestita da uomo - bambino mandato in giro solo
per il mondo , col suo cappotto e le sue cento lire eroico e ridicolo
me ne vado al lavoro, anch io per vivere...
Beast dressed as a man - child sent alone around the
world, with his
coat and his few cent, heroic and ridiculous I'm also going at work. To
This is a citation draft from a piece of poetry by
Pier Paolo Pasolini, one of the greatest Italian poets and directors.
His cruel and hard
work about the people and children of the Italian suburbs, has
influenced the works for this exhibition at João Ferreira
Art Gallery. Inside his verses there is everything I can say. Or even
better, all I can paint. I want to talk about the oblivion of creatures
and situations indifferent for many of us while the daily news are full
of them. I want to talk about their suspended life. Without time, or
place. Because their time can be anytime and their place can be
Eleonora Rossi, born in Milano in 1976, lives and works between Milano and La Spezia. Rossi trained at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milano. In 1998 she began her artistic career with a collective in Milan in order to continue with an interesting series of national and international collaborations.
Project supported by GAI - Association for the Young Italian Artists Circuit/MOVIN'UP PROGRAMME.