2 ottobre 2012

Abita, curated by Pericle Guaglianone, is the first solo show by Marta Mancini. The exhibition will display a series of recent paintings, executed through the technique of acrylic on canvas, all medium-sized, except for a big-format one that will be exhibited in the project room of the gallery.
As Pericle Guaglianone writes: “Marta Mancini visions-interventions portray environmental situations with a cinematic, out of time trait, where a 'folk-tronic' idea of re-writing takes shape in exquisitely pictorial terms”.
Marta Mancini presents herself to a vast public for the first time; the works exhibited give account of her pictorial talent, of the system of references that constitute the backbone of each single work, and at the same time, of the freshness of her approach. From the exhibited canvases of “abita”, the artist's peculiarities emerge: her great creativity in the production of colours and the modalities in which she constructs the image through chromatisms, incorporating the graphic medium into the pictorial one (as she herself said: “in this case I didn’t draw before. the drawing is underneath”).
Galleria S.A.L.E.S., two years after Nicola Pecoraro show “The Wandering”, decided to house once again works by a young Roman artist, in an attempt to describe the current stirring and the level of quality reached by the new generation of artists that populate the urban panorama.
Marta Mancini lives and works in Rome, where she was born in 1981.
In 2006 she graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.

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