Luca Coser, Dario Coletti, Giacomo Sartori
2014, Softcover, Italian
17x24 cm, 72 pages
Dentro is the synthesis of a meeting between three artists, three friends, of different cultural and disciplinary origins, united by a gaze aimed at a sort of laterality. A look that in the scrolling of the pages takes shape through collage, text and photography, positioning itself at the same time "inside" and "side" of the representation, amplifying and multiplying the points of vision, creating a space between the work and the viewer / reader as real as it is indefinite, almost a place that carries other places within itself. An approach to interior landscapes characterized by the simplicity and the instinctive power of a reflection settled over time.
Born in Trento in 1965. He is a professional artist and teacher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. He lives between Rome and Trento. After having attended the Academies of Venice, with Emilio Vedova, and Florence, he soon began a professional path that saw him work with numerous galleries in Italy and abroad. The center of his poetics has always been an obsessive digging into the events of his biography, where he finds strong relationships with cinema, literature and collective memory. He prefers the use of painting and drawing, but on several occasions his projects have been expressed through sculpture, video and photography. Over the years his work has been exhibited in numerous private and public spaces, among the latter: MART, Rovereto; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, San Marino; Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara; Civic Gallery of Contemporary Art, Trento; Fortress of Bard, Aosta; CIAC, Gennazzano; Complex of the Vittoriano, Rome; Museion, Bolzano; MAG, Riva del Garda; National Gallery, Cosenza; Kunstverein, Aschersleber; Aci Castle, Catania; Contemporary Art Museum, Sassari; Sarcinelli Palace, Conegliano; Museum of Modern Art, Gazoldo degli Ippoliti; Palazzo Libera, Villa Lagarina Rovereto; S. Agostino Museum, Genoa; Traklhaus, Salzburg; Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan; New Fortress, Livorno. Currently his work is mainly represented by the Kips Gallery, New York; Effearte, Milan; D406 Modena.
Professional photographer, since the end of the eighties he has collaborated with Italian and international newspapers, institutions and humanitarian organizations. Always attentive to social issues, in recent years he has arrived at a wider-ranging photography, deepening the relationship between photography and visual anthropology and experimenting with other visual languages such as documentary film. He is also involved in teaching activities and is currently coordinator of the ISFCI Photojournalism Department in Rome. He collaborates with the Malik association of Cagliari as head of the image sector within the initiative I libri aiutano a leggere il mondo (Cagliari 2013-2017), with the magazine Il Calendario del Popolo ( Rome 2013-2016) where he follows the photographic commentary column mms and where he is a member of the scientific committee, and with the online and paper magazine Sentire. His photographs are present in Italian libraries and museums.
(Trento, 1958) He is an agronomist and lives between Paris and Trento. He has published the collections of short stories Di solito mi telefona il giorno prima (il Saggiatore, 1996), Autismi (Sottovoce, 2010), Avventure (Senzapatria, 2011) and, with Marino Magliani, Zoo a due (Perdisa, 2013). His novels are Tritolo (il Saggiatore, 1999), Anatomia della battaglia (Sironi, 2005), Sacrificio (Pequod 2008, Italic 2013), all translated in french, and Cielo nero (Gaffi, 2011). For the theatre he wrote the monologue Dispatrio (Nerosubianco, 2013), and edited the adaptation of Sacrificio (produced by the group Stradanova – Slow Theatre and by the Centro Servizi Culturali S. Chiara di Trento, 2013) and of Cielo nero (Sipario BIS, www.sipario.it). He is editor of the collective literary blog Nazione Indiana (www.nazioneindiana.com).
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