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closed The Human Path

Curated by: Margherita Franzini

The show

From 1 to 8 February the spaces of the Luciana Matalon Foundation will host Nicholas Viviani's personal photographic exhibition entitled "The Human Path." the observer and at the same time suggest food for thought. His photographs have man and his alienation as their common thread. Within his shots, the human figure is thick

sketchy and dimensionless. As Margherita Franzini points out: "it seems to float in an isolated and timeless universe, as if man had built a space within which he feels safe, be it the working dimension, a simple routine or being together with love. of one's life ". Almost always the subject is placed at the center of the scene and the viewer is led to identify with that small figure walking alone. Viviani rarely uses the power of color, however when she uses it she uses it to emphasize the protagonist of the scene.There are references to great photographers of the Italian New Wave of the 1980s such as Luigi Ghirri, Gabriele Basilico, Mimmo Jodice, Giovanni Chiaramonte, Olivo Barbieri and Vincenzo Castella. He shares with them the "battle" between reality and image, in a suspended time, muffled by poetry. Viviani then explored the theme of the landscape, often relating it to shapes. The narrative tone is low, descriptive, discreet, with a minimalist taste. The environments depicted are marginal, peripheral, there is a mixture of rural and urban in an alternation between the thought and the spontaneous.The appearance and rendering of the works favor introspection and catalyze the observer's attention.
It is interesting to watch how the artist, using the camera, manages to capture and imprint on paper the feeling of emptiness that hovers and exists despite being immersed in an age obsessed with instantaneous communication. In some moments the silhouette is almost crushed by the surrounding environment, in others it seems to want to leave the scene or stretch a hand to free itself towards the sky.

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Address

Foro Buonaparte, 67
20121 Milan

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