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you name it 35, 2023, 100x100

interno blu 6, 2024, 50x70

bianconero su ocra 3, 2024, 90x90

recipienti 57, 2024, 90x90

casale 33, 2024, 90x90

pagina vuota 1, 2023, 100x90

insieme 11, 2020, 90x90

insieme 10, 2022, 70x70

contenuto 3, 2022, 90x100

casale bianco 4, 2012, 70x100

recipienti 55, 2020, 60x60

notturno 3, 2022, 90x100

notturno 4, 2022, 90x100

grigiobianco 8, 2020, 90x90

senza titolo 09, 63x52

contenuto 2, 2021, 40x40

grigiobianco 5, 2016, 54x54, ausgestellt im "dieci", rapperswil

Image and viewer                                                                              


With the advent of modernism, painting has become increasingly detached from the representation of an object. But what can be seen in an abstract painting if, for example, a familiar object is not recognizable? What does a painting "tell" us, especially when, as in the present selection, it is a matter of arrangements, transparent or even dominant color accentuations and compositions? 


This is the question that the painter Arnaldo Ricciardi deals with. The viewer of Ricciardi's work is also equally confronted with this circle of questions - especially if, on the one hand, he does not want to make a judgment of like and dislike and, on the other hand, does not want to leave his works solely with the fact of what they undoubtedly are: abstract, dialogizing compositions.

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