The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

I recently saw again the fashion designer Isabella Tonchi, companion of interludes under the sign of art – that frequently focus on the openings of Galleria Carla Sozzani, as it happened months ago, for the opening of exhibition on fashion photographer Arthur Elgort – with whom I attended at the opening of “Deep, deeper”., solo exhibition featuring the artist David Murphy, which is held at the Milan Galleria Monica De Cardenas and runs through 31st July 2015. The British sculptor gave rise to drawings being in the space( one of them reminded me another reference to the idea of “deepness”, the music video “Deep six” by Marilyn Manson), arising from a successful search of matter, also impressed on canvas and talking about a dialogue and interaction with the natural world. I was also pleased to enjoy the works by Linda Fregni Nagler – Switzerland artist who is resident at the gallery – and the intensity and light melancholy of photography she made, telling about the theme of suicide.

“DEEP, DEEPER”, I DISEGNI NELLO SPAZIO DI DAVID MURPHY ALLA GALLERIA MONICA DE CARDENAS DI MILANO

The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

Ho recentemente rivisto la fashion designer Isabella Tonchi, compagna di interludi all’ insegna dell’ arte – che sovente si rivolgono alle inaugurazioni della Galleria Carla Sozzani, come è accaduto mesi fa per la opening della mostra sul fotografo di moda Arthur Elgort – con la quale ho partecipato alla opening di “Deep, deeper”, personale di solo David Murphy(che si tiene presso la Galleria di Milano Monica De Cardenas e prosegue fino al 31 luglio 2015), Lo scultore inglese ha dato vita a varie opere, sculture che sono disegni nello spazio (una delle quali mi ha ricordato un altro riferimento all’ idea di “profondità”, il video del brano “Deep six” di Marilyn Manson), nascono da una felice ricerca materica, impressa anche su tela e parlano di un dialogo e interazione con il mondo della natura. Mi ha rallegrato poter apprezzare anche le opere di Linda Fregni Nagler, artista svizzera rappresentata dalla galleria, , l’ intensità e lieve malinconia delle sue fotografie, che affrontano il tema del suicidio.

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

 

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

 

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Helena Christensen seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Helena Christensen seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Keith Richards seen by Arthur  Elgort, photo by N

Keith Richards seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Trinity moment ft. Carla Sozzani, Isabella Tonchi & me, myself and I, photo by N

Trinity moment ft. Carla Sozzani, Isabella Tonchi & me, myself and I, photo by N

 

Charlotte Rampling, SHE, the thinking beauty seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Charlotte Rampling, SHE, the thinking beauty seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with Isabella Tonchi at the Milan Monica De Cardenas Gallery, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Isabella Tonchi at the Milan Gallera Monica De Cardenas, photo by N

 

 

www.monicadecardenas.com

www.isabellatonchi.com

www.galleriacarlasozzani.org

 

 

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