To Dream, to Collect


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The Flat-Massimo Carasi is a contemporary art gallery located from 2008 in a space of 250 square meter in Porta Venezia, in the center of Milan and supports continuously emerging/established artists, whose practices use a diverse range of media to explore cultural, scientific and technological themes. Artists represented include Matthew Allen (New Zealand, 1986), Michael Bevilacqua (USA, 1966), Michael Johansson (SE, 1975), Michelangelo Penso (Italy, 1964), John Nicholson (Australia, 1970) , Inma Femenia (Espana, 1985), Leonardo Ulian (Italy, 1974), Jonathan Vivacqua (Italy, 1986) and Paolo Cavinato (Italy -1975). Brief description of the booth at Drawing Now Art Fair Paris 2019 (Section of the fair: Process): The combination of the works of Matthew Allen and Paolo Cavinato offers to a viewer, two different approaches defining portions of a space. Matthew Allen’s work is based on the replication of endless series of layers of graphite. Such a long meditative process produces as a result an impeccable compact surface of polished graphite. Paolo Cavinato uses fishing lines trajectories instead to draw perspectives of internal spaces. The artist makes hand pencil drawings of such mental spaces and then from the bidimensional state, he turns traits into 3-D objects made of multilayers lines threads.

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Via Paolo Frisi 3
20129 Milan


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