Immagine & Poesia, Lidia Chiarelli, Salvatore Salamone, Sicilia

“Sicily”, dipinto di Salvatore Salamone. Poesia di Lidia Chiarelli

SICILY

“SICILY”,  di SALVATORE SALAMONE http://www.salamonesalvatore.it/

(colori acrilici su tela 120 x 300 (1991) – Foto di Tiziano Salamone)

-courtesy of the artist-

Sicily

In un cielo di liquido azzurro

le nuvole sospinte dal vento

trasvolano questo incrocio

 di ondulate campagne riarse.

 

Trema il mare in lontananza

schiume danzanti

sfumano in diafana vibrazione.

Ore abbagliate dal sole

ci avvolgono.

Sempre più ostinato è il canto delle cicale.

 

E noi lentamente ci perdiamo

nella insistente luce

del pomeriggio estivo

così lungo

così irreale

Lidia Chiarelli

Sergio Camellini

“Nel viaggio delle emozioni” poesia di Sergio Camellini

NEL VIAGGIO DELLE EMOZIONI

Nell’ultimo cassetto
di quel vecchio comò
rovisto la mia vita:

quella foto ingiallita,
quella cartolina ammuffita,
quel biglietto di teatro;

quel disco in vinile,
quel soldo bucato,
quel pennino spuntato;

quella medaglia ossidata,
quella lettera mai inviata,
quel libro di canzoni,

creano tuttora il batticuore
nel viaggio fantastico
delle mie emozioni.

di Sergio Camellini

http://www.poetipoesia.com/?audiolibro=sergio-camellini-3

NEL VIAGGIO DELLE EMOZIONI

(Digital collage by Lidia Chiarelli)

Lidia Chiarelli

Tribute to FILIPPO DI SAN MARTINO, Agliè Castle (Torino Italy) October 14 2017

Ld e FILIPPO SAN MARTINO___POSTER FILIPPO AGLIE'FILIPPO SMCRISTINA FRANCIA

Lidia Chiarelli’s digital collages on show

 

AGLIÈ – La Sala Nuova del Castello di Agliè, sabato mattina, si è riempita per ricordare, e scoprire, la figura del Conte Filippo San Martino, in occasione del 350esimo anniversario della sua morte.

All’ingresso, sono state distribuite cartoline su cui compaiono i collage realizzati da Lidia Chiarelli, raffiguranti il Conte Filippo e Cristina di Francia, immagini esposte anche all’interno della Sala Nuova. 

https://www.obiettivonews.it/2017/10/16/aglie-successo-convegno-sul-conte-filippo-san-martino/

Immagine & Poesia, Lidia Chiarelli, Tzemin Ition Tsai

“Night Affair”, poem by 蔡澤民 Tzemin Ition Tsai, Taiwan

Night-Affair 2

夜之喚

總是來得濛濛 春之

總是來得遲遲 夏之

總是來得姍姍 秋之

總是來得早早 冬之

這夜呀

可不讓牆頭上的貓

空空地等

_______________________________________________________________

Night affair

Always comes misty, Is not that spring?

Always goes slowly, Is not that summer?

Always brings a touch of cool, Is not that autumn?

Always falling so early, Is not that winter?

And that night

Never lets the cats on the wall

wait in vain

______________________________________

Un affare notturno

Sempre viene nella nebbia, non è la primavera?

Sempre se ne va lentamente, non è l’ estate?

Sempre porta un tocco di fresco, non è l’autunno?

Sempre giunge così presto, non è l’inverno?

E la notte

Mai lascia i gatti sul muro

Ad aspettare in vano

(Translated by Lidia Chiarelli)

Adel Gorgy, Immagine & Poesia

Adel Gorgy at Able Fine Art Gallery NY

CrossingLinesEvite

 

 

“Crossing Lines”

Recent work by Adel Gorgy, Robert C. Morgan and Yun-Woo Choi

January 15th – February 4th, 2015

Opening Reception – Thursday, January 15th 6-8 pm

We live in a world where truly original voices are hard to find. It’s rare and exciting to encounter art that defies boundaries and labels. Able Fine Art NY has invited three artists whose work crosses lines—conceptually, materially, spatially, and experientially—to present their work in Crossing Lines, on view from January 15th through February 4th, 2015.

Each artist uses his medium, imagination and inner voice to create works that seek to contain the limitless and touch the unattainable. Choi speaks of the multi-dimensionality of the universe and how his three-dimensional works respond to it. In Gorgy’s Permutation series, where the subject is art, itself, he offers glimpses of infinite possibilities. Morgan’s paintings refer to mental states and energies, concepts that surpass the possibilities of language.

Yun-Woo Choi takes a revered, ancient practice of working with folded and reconfigured paper and updates it for a new century, with new visions and new concerns. Sustainability and re-use, long held in high regard in Asian societies, suggest the possibility of renewal, while advertising and magazine pages bring up the idea of how to co-opt the deluge of media surrounding us and remake it to our own vision.

In a series of stunning abstractions inspired by earlier works of art, Adel Gorgy offers new ways of seeing. His work transcends issues of authorship, ownership, and appropriation, and, instead, addresses consciousness and how we experience art. Can we see in works of art other than what the artist intended? Gorgy answers yes, in work that merges elements found in that of Warhol, Kelly, Albers and Gilbert and George. His large format photographs based on works by Matisse, Twombly and Warhol, intentionally blur the boundaries between painting and photography and redefine the medium.

Renowned art critic and artist Robert C. Morgan’s paintings are at once reflective and absorbing of light. They contain contradictions which challenge the static nature of works of art, and, at the same time, seem to refer to an ageless history in which the artist grapples with light and dark and all they represent. In Morgan’s work they may represent states of mind, energy or imaginable or unimaginable alternate realities.

The presentation of painting, photography and sculpture in an intimate gallery setting offers an extraordinary opportunity to experience a wide ranging and eclectic vision of new work by three highly accomplished artists. Each has exhibited widely in museums and galleries worldwide. Able Fine Art NY is proud to bring Adel Gorgy, Robert C. Morgan and Yun-Woo Choi together in Crossing Lines.