Carlotta, Giuditta and Annibale Parisi – three artists in one – who whilst playing transform objects and allow one to enter a more than real reality
Among the Brunello vineyards, three Montalcino artists propose a work of art that resembles a game but instead helps us to consider the concepts of vision and gender. A pile of rubble with some metal wheel-barrows positioned on top, but these wheelbarrows positioned upside down are now seats and the position is particularly apt to admire the beautiful countryside all around. Is this an invitation for guests? Of course it is !
The wheelbarrows have been painted with the images of women. Echoes of Léger, Picasso, Modigliani, Gauguin, Frida Khalo, Matisse and only one by the poetic Carlotta Parisi … is this a game too? Evidently it is. A situation half way between the daily work routine and a dream, with its revelation transformations of reality which is more than real. This is the work of art by Carlotta, Giuditta and Annibale Parisi, it is a consideration on the concept of vision: reality which changes according to the point of viewing, objects which transform thanks to imagination, women how are seen in a different way with the passing of time, and they have a vision of the world dictated “by gender”.
“Punti di vista”-“Points of view” is one of a series of works of art, created by Tuscan artists, to accompany the quotations by the winners of the Casato Prime Donne award. This is practically an open air museum wanted by Donatella Cinelli Colombini near her winery staffed by women. Here the theme “woman” is a categorical imperative and the three Parisi family members have filled it with new and decidedly intriguing contents.
Here we will tell you the birth of “Punti di vista” with characters and episodes which have brought the work of art to its accomplishment. A family of artists, the Parisis, similar to those medieval painters in workshops where everyone had their role in the production of a work of art. Read more…