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  • LANDSCAPE EVANESCENCE

    Andrea Vicentini

  • Andrea Vicentini

    LANDSCAPE EVANESCENCE

  • Front/back coverBrighton #1, 2014

    TranslationsLucia Pannacci

    AcknowledgementsElisabetta Pepe

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    Landscape Evanescence

    Plates

    List of Works

    Biography

    Selected exhibit ions

    CONTENTS

  • 7Landscape Evanescence

    Landscape Evanescence la ricerca di un assoluto geografico nel quale contemplare lerrante desiderio umano di avere sempre con s le proprie certezze, siano esse affettive, ideali o valoriali. Si traduce nel dare precedenza ai piccoli elementi che compongono il nostro tutto piuttosto che mostrare un punto di vista completo; dettagli minimi che rivelano come ovunque si possano identificare delle strutture riconoscibili e ripetibili. una fotografia essenziale dove colore, forma e spazio creano un ambiente senza riferimenti ma coinvolgente e profondo. Scatti che diventano un paesaggio metafisico, trasversale ai luoghi geografici propriamente detti, con lintento suggestivo di creare un dove universale, un luogo specifico che in realt anche ciascun posto. Aprono la porta allesigenza di trovare nella vita dei riferimenti costanti, mostrando spazi che accolgono questa necessit e illustrando un ordine visibile nei quali identificare quel bisogno di ancoraggio psicologico che ci vede cercare ovunque dei significati comuni, sottesi alla ricerca del nostro senso esistenziale.

    Landscape evanescence is the research of a geographical absolute where to contemplate the errant human desire to always have certainties; either they are emotions, ideals or values. It translates into preferring small elements that compose our whole instead of showing a complete point of view; minimal details that reveal how it is possible to identify recognizable and repeatable structures everywhere. Its an essential photo where color, form, and space create a setting without any reference, yet captivating and profound. These pictures become a metaphysical landscape, which crosses all the traditional geographical places, with the evocative intent to create a universal where, a specific place that represents each place. They want to give an answer to the need to find some constant points of reference in life, showing spaces that welcome this craving and presenting a visible order where to identify the desire to be psychologically anchored. This need is what leads us to look for common meanings underlying the search of the meaning of our existence.

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  • Brighton #1, 2014

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    London, London Wall #1, 2014

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    London, London Wall #2, 2014

  • London, EC2Y 5HN #3, 2014

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  • London, Lisson Grove #3, 2014

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  • London, EC2Y 5HN #4, 2014

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  • London, W1J 0BD #7, 2014

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  • London, Lansdowne Road #1, 2014

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    London, Lansdowne Road #2, 2014

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    London, Westbourne Grove #8, 2014

  • London, W1J 0BD #3, 2014

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  • London, SE1 9SG #3, 2014

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  • London, Lower John Street #5, 2014

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  • Bolzano #1, 2014

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  • (page 9)Brighton #1, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel110 x 165 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 10)London, London Wall #1, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel42 x 28 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 11)London, London Wall #2, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel165 x 110 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 12)London, EC2Y 5HN #3, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel60 x 90 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 13)London, Lisson Grove #3, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel28 x 42 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 14)London, EC2Y 5HN #4, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel110 x 165 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 15)London, W1J 0BD #7, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel42 x 28 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 16)London, Lansdowne Road #1, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel28 x 42 cmEdition 1/1

    LIST OF WORKS

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  • (page 17)London, Lansdowne Road #2, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel60 x 90 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 18)London, Westbourne Grove #8, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel60 x 90 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 19)London, W1J 0BD #3, 2014Pigment print on fine art baryta papermounted on aluminium composite panel28 x 42 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 20)London, SE1 9SG #3, 2014Pigment print on fine art rag papermounted on aluminium composite panel15 x 22 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 21)London, Lower John Street #5, 2014Pigment print on fine art rag papermounted on aluminium composite panel60 x 90 cmEdition 1/1

    (page 22)Bolzano #1, 2014Pigment print on fine art rag papermounted on aluminium composite panel165 x 110 cmEdition 1/1

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    BIOGRAPHY

    Andrea Vicentini (1975 Trento) is a photographer entirely self-taught through a continuous crescendo of stylistic discoveries and formal experiments. In the age of digital photography, with an important investment on technological knowledge, he decides to bet on the process which leads the snapshot to become a tangible photo to personally follow all the stages of the creation.In 2011 a journey to Australia marks his passage from photography as a form of personal documentation to photography as a form of wider communication. In 2012 the success of his first solo exhibition Argini Variabili made him a recognised artistic photographer and his photos start to appeal to a larger audience. He was invited to leave a trace of his photographic style in the ADAC archives of MART museum.The year 2013 marks a further evolution in his

    photographic experience. The first appearance in world of art makes him feel the weight of the photographic value of both past and contemporary artists. This leads to the need to give deeper meanings to his shots, resulting from introspective and personal research. As a result La Finta Nonna is a photo-retelling of the story of Little Red Riding Hood, where human beings are questioned in their existential dimension and in their relationship with temptation, in an abstract view with slightly dark notes.In 2014 with the series Disallineamenti he analyses the presence of mismatches between the person and personality.His latest project, Landscape Evanescence is the research of a geographical absolute where to contemplate the errant human desire to always have certainties; either they are emotions, ideals or values.

    Andrea [email protected]

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    2014Disallineamenti, Shape Arts, London, UKLa Finta Nonna, Landmark Arts Centre, London, UK (solo)La Finta Nonna, ArtePadova, Padova, ItalyArgini Variabili, spazio Klien, Borgo Valsugana, Italy (solo)

    2013Argini Variabili, San Servolo Conference Centre, Venezia, Italy (solo)

    2012Argini Variabili, Sala Maier, Pergine Valsugana, Italy (solo)

    SELECTED EXHIBITIONS