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CIRCUITI, Curti Gambuzzi Gallery, 2010, Milan

16 March – 30 April 2010
Monday – Friday 11.00-19.00
Saturday by appointment only

Opening Tuesday 16 March 2010, 18.00
The artist will be present.
Galleria Paolo Curti/Annamaria Gambuzzi & Co. is proud to present the solo show by the artist Daniele Innamorato, which opens on Tuesday 16 March at 18.00 at via Pontaccio 19, Milan.

The free expression that characterizes the pictorial language of Daniele Innamorato (born in 1969 in Milan, where he lives and works) remains the absolute protagonist of his works in this second solo show at the gallery.

The lively, phosphorescent hues of his earlier works have been replaced by quieter, more incisive chromatic research on shades of white and black.
A reflection on color that comes to grips with its extremes, crossing the infinite shades of gray to lead us toward the rediscovery of a primitive sign.

The agility of the sign, unconstrained by any rules, is the result of a long, rigorous technical procedure that with the aid of wooden structure/frames allows the artist to achieve effects that evoke the natural forms of flowers and plants, but also urban references, of cities seen from above.

The rhythm of the gestures generates what Innamorato calls circuits, irregular paths of the mind that are translated into drippings on the white canvas, whose surface blends with the surrounding environment to erase the boundaries between canvas and exhibition space.

The presence of design objects, like the rocking chair by Ron Arad produced by Driade, accentuates the integration between three-dimensional sculptural space and abstract painting, engaging the viewer in an overall visual experience, in which to be completely immersed.

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Daniele Innamorato, “Circuiti”, 2010, Paolo Curti Annamaria Gambuzzi Gallery, Milan, Ph. Carola Merello

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Daniele Innamorato, “Circuiti”, 2010, Paolo Curti Annamaria Gambuzzi Gallery, Milan, Ph. Carola Merello

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Daniele Innamorato, “Circuiti”, 2010, Paolo Curti Annamaria Gambuzzi Gallery, Milan, Ph. Carola Merello

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Daniele Innamorato, “Circuiti”, 2010, Paolo Curti Annamaria Gambuzzi Gallery, Milan, Ph. Carola Merello

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Daniele Innamorato, “Circuiti”, 2010, Paolo Curti Annamaria Gambuzzi Gallery, Milan, Ph. Carola Merello

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Daniele Innamorato,46, “untitled”, acrylic on canvas, cm 200×160, 2009, “Circuiti”, 2010, Paolo Curti Annamaria Gambuzzi Gallery, Milan

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Daniele Innamorato,46, “untitled”, acrylic on canvas, cm 200×170, 2008

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Daniele Innamorato,46, “untitled”, acrylic on canvas, cm 1600×180, 2009, Private Collection

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Daniele Innamorato,46, “untitled”, acrylic on canvas, cm 230×200, 2010, Private Collection

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Daniele Innamorato, UNTITLED” 2009, ACRILYC ON CANVAS, CM 200X390

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DANIELE INNAMORATO, “UNTITLED” 2009, ACRILYC ON CANVAS, CM 200X350