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David Tremlett - Ceiling 100
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Antonio Corradini - Two mirrors
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Anne Poirier; Patrick Poirier - Weeping eye
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Augustus Pugin - Seats
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Giocondo Albertolli - turning them
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Eugenio Ferretti - Imago
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Viviano Codazzi; Domenico Gargiulo - Combat of gladiators
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Tom Phillips - Berlin Wall with German Grass and Skies II
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Root room
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Frans Floris; William Key - Self-portrait of Frans Floris and William Key with Tito, Caio and Vitellius
David Tremlett - Ceiling 100
Antonio Corradini - Two mirrors
Anne Poirier; Patrick Poirier - Weeping eye
Augustus Pugin - Seats
Giocondo Albertolli - turning them
Eugenio Ferretti - Imago
Viviano Codazzi; Domenico Gargiulo - Combat of gladiators
Tom Phillips - Berlin Wall with German Grass and Skies II
Root room
Frans Floris; William Key - Self-portrait of Frans Floris and William Key with Tito, Caio and Vitellius

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The large wall drawing executed by the English artist David Tremlett, in a rear-view room on the noble floor of Palazzo Butera, at the end of 2018. Starting from the 1980s, Tremlett's pastel wall drawings become the artist's main expressive means: large geometric designs made on architectural surfaces. In his works, of environmental proportions, the pigment is spread directly with the hands on the walls. At Palazzo Butera Tremlett confronts the eighteenth-century frescoes by Fumagalli and Martorana and reinterprets the theme of squaring and perspective breakthrough in a contemporary key.

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