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Monaco’s Galerie Adriano Ribolzi will host a fascinating double bill of artists from October 4 until December 29, entitled ‘Landscapes of the Mind’ and featuring the work of Alberto di Fabio and Tobia Tobia Ravà.
“The works of the two artists represent different points of convergence. First of all, at first glance, the works of both are extremely attractive and captivating,” the Gallery says.
“If we then try to understand the work of study and research that underlies all their artistic production, we discover that there are many links with the scientific and philosophical world, the mysticism, the spirituality and the cultures of the Middle and Far East.
“Therefore, the artistic activity of both can be placed within the framework of aesthetic conceptualism, because the part of the strong and rigorous thought is expressed through techniques and images refined and meticulous, in order to create a sensory gratification.
“In both, we find references to the micro and the macrocosm, to the rational and intuitive sphere.”
Galerie Adriano Ribolzi is located at 3 avenue de l’Hermitage, Tel: +377 97 97 03 77.
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