Italy, April 20, 2023.
The painter from Pietrasanta, Gaetano Pisano, organized a double exhibition at the Magazzini del Sale in the spring of 2022. The exhibition included his work that due to Covid did not have the deserved tour "Il gioco del cavallo" and "Los Capricci", in the one that pays homage to the city of Siena and the horses that made it famous
In her work "Los Capricci" Tano Pisano combines her mastery of different techniques and formats, such as drawings, engravings, oil paintings, sculptures, mechanical and mobile, to create a unique vision of the horses that she invented, recreated and offered to the city of Siena. ."The Piazza del Campo, with its characteristic herringbone shape formed by brick-colored cobblestones, the Palazzo and its tower that rises elegantly into the clear sky, are iconic elements of Siena that we have all dreamed of at some time. And when one dreams of Siena, one dreams of horses", comments Gaetano Pisano. Pisano's work goes beyond technique and demonstrates an artistic delicacy that elevates it to the level of art with a capital letter. His style is inspired by the Sienese school, which is considered dimensional and poetic, and seeks to capture the most intimate essence of horses, purifying their silhouette until turning it into a true art, necessary and essential in the interior canon. When contemplating the work by Pisano, is immersed in its unique elegance, which combines ethics and aesthetics in an inseparable way. His works transport to other more inspired spheres, imprisoning with his necessary beauty and sprezzatura, the innate ability to make the difficult in art easy. In short, the double exhibition of Tano Pisano in the Magazzini del Sale is a demonstration of his deep love through the city of Siena and his ability to create works of art that transcend technique and become necessary and essential artistic expressions. With his mastery, sprezzatura and intrinsic union of ethics and aesthetics, Gaetano Pisano transports us to a world of elegance and poetry through his horses and capricci, leaving an indelible mark on the appreciation of art.
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