Graphic art exhibition
Colour processing and visual language. Emotional impact of chromatic iterations

Through the use of minimal, essential and synthetic forms, Alberonero reduces the elements of his visual language to geometric compositions, proposing a specific reinterpretation of space also through the use of colour, thus defining a new aesthetic

With his works he focuses on the emotional and energetic impact that chromatic interactions have on the viewer, like in the exhibition "As far as the eye can see", created after a long period spent in Argentina, where he was exposed to boundless landscapes, a spectacular and uncontaminated natural environment, but also to precarious and harsh architectures

Framework with chromatic study

The urban and naturalistic scenarios he encountered along his way are symbolically represented in the colours of the large works on canvas created for the exhibition, as well as in the installation, composed of poor materials, an evident and substantial testimony to the difficult and complex life of the people he met

Framework with chromatic study

The visual curiosity of the artist goes far, by transforming what surrounds him and the feeling he gets from it into regular geometric shapes. Perfect backgrounds of colour, wood, glass, metal and fabric are used to establish a new connection between the observer and the work of art

Framework with chromatic study

The abstract research aims to create a connection with the subjective experiences of the viewer, determined by residual images, illusions, to which each viewer responds in a different and automatic way

Framework with chromatic study

The exhibition therefore aims to incite the viewer to investigate their visual perceptions, focusing on volumes, contrasts and movements. The emotional ensemble of the landscape is transformed into a key of colour. The chromatic combinations present in the works are synonymous with the visible and the interactions of the individual colours establish the possible variations of the landscape's transformation over time

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