From 9 February to 3 March at the Broletto Palace (CO), solo exhibition of the artist Santi Sindoni entitled Angoscia. Vertigine di libertà, curated by the critic Marco Eugenio Di Giandomenico.
The exhibition is organized by Fondazione Arté di Milano in collaboration with Comune di Como.
Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 - 12:30 and 14:30 - 18:00
Angoscia. Vertigine di libertà
As explained by Marco Eugenio Di Giandomenico:
Sindoni is the hero of two worlds, physical and metaphysical, of the soul and of a dangerously lived existence, witness of a Beauty that saves, brave warrior of a timeless reality, emblem of epochal contradictions, that cancel out the distances, inexorably encountered, with the only possible shipwreck in the knowledge that coherence is the labyrinth of those who do not look up, of those who think that the human being holds exact solutions.
The angoscia is the theme of his exhibition in Como, but it is the theme of every man, starting with the first man, Adam, when he has to decide on the use of his freedom, and the unhappy choice begins a story that continues, in a sort of tunnel in time and space, where imperfection reigns, because the Ego covers the Light, prevents it from penetrating, denies Love, which does not foresee possessions, but only a generous and unconditional offering of oneself to others and to God, inasmuch as there is only one destiny of Beauty that unites all living beings and creation, outside of which there is division, a path delimited by the inexorable frontiers of our misery, the fruit of the fear of becoming free.