Paintings: Icons - Abstract Anthology - Landscapes of memory - Bach - Haiku - Vangeli astratti - Genesis of Art - Aeschylus - Philosophers - Genesis - Monograph - Sacred paintings - Perì Phỳseos


These nine works concerning the theme of Advent are painted on boards with a pure gold background made with the ancient technique of Byzantine icons.
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This is a corpus of twenty-five paintings each inspired to a full or partial literary work written by as many poets, one poet for each letter of the alphabet.
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Twelve wooden boards refer to as many masterpieces of the world prose, chosen over the time span of 2700 years, starting from the biblical Deuteronomy to Calvino.
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In 2012 the great triptych “La Passione secondo Matteo” (St. Matthew Passion), curated by Claudio Strinati was exhibited in the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, in Milan. It’s a reflection on the homonymous musical composition by Johann Sebastian Bach
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Seventeen paintings which interpret just as many old Haiku. Each work is created using only two squares and a rectangle in compliance with the rigorous metrics of the Haiku. These paintings were shown in Tokyo at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura in June 2014. From March 10th to July 10th, 2016 they were displayed at the Edoardo Chiossone Museum of Oriental Art, in Genoa.
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Roberto Demarchi focuses his attention on the themes of the New Testament creating twelve paintings that, in abstraction, interpret a series of crucial moments taken from the Gospels.
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Twelve wooden boards tell the creation by man through twenty-five centuries of art history  interpreting, in abstraction,  twelve artists each entrusted to one of their famous works.
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Seven large wooden boards translate, in abstract,  the seven tragedies written by the great poet Aeschylus  that have survived into modern times.  In these paintings, the ancient Greek culture emerges with impressive evidence.
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These nine paintings were made between 2005 and 2006. Each one proposes to synthesize,  in pictorial abstraction, the essence of the thought of nine of the most important early Greek minds, from Thales to Democritus.
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Seven paintings on wooden boards interpret,  in an abstract pictorial language, the seven days of  creation narrated in Genesis, the first book of the Old Testament.
This cosmogonic path develops  the moment  the light appears and leads to God’s rest.
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In 2003 the monograph “Perì Physeos”  was presented at Campidoglio in Rome. It collects forty-four paintings, in abstraction,  that reflect on the auroral moment of the Western thought.
The monograph comments poems and texts written by Andrea Zanzotto, Yves Bonnefoy, Gunter Kunert, Emanuele Severino and other Italian and European poets and writers.
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In addition to the cycle of “Genesis” and “Abstract Gospels”, the abstract pictorial language proposes the universal and above confessional value of some passages from the Old and New Testaments.
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The cycle of Perì Physeos reflects on the origins of the Western thought,  in an abstract pictorial language, that consists  only of squares and rectangles.
The Cosmos, as an orderly system, progressively emerges from a black background, metaphor for the original Chaos.
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