Exhibition from April 18 to November 3, 2019 at the Villa Paloma, 56 Exotic garden boulevard, 98000 Monaco, open daily from 10am to 6pm, phone : +3126.96.36.199.60 and +3188.8.131.52.38, ticket full price : 6 €.
The Villa Paloma introduces towards 30 art works speaking about 7 lands on 3 floors the Ettore Spalletti way of making. His easier forms leaded by rigour and also poetry invoke the village he lives in Cappello Sul Tavo (Italy). After following scenography studies he arrives in Roma and meets some members of the Arte Povera movement. He doesn't want to belong to this movement and prefers to situate himself inside the minimalism where hes develops a radical, tactile and metaphysics way of making tributing the Italian Renaissance artists like Rapahël ot Fra Angelico. Ettore Spalletti has the purpose to create a fusion between art and space by puting some painting on a piece of wood until breaking the border between shadow and light. Some famous art galleries or institutions around the world have exhibited Ettore Spalletti (the Documenta, the Guggenheim Museum, the Villa Médicis, ...) and a short film screened at the third floor of the Villa including testimonies (art dealer, priest, niece) show us the inspiring landscapes of the artist.