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ART ON HOUSE 
21/10/2022 - 21/01/20231

Art ON House, for the first time curated by Aethra Collectors, explores, through the work of eight Italian artists, the flow of contemporary visual arts that are
influencing the landscape of design and architecture.
The viewer will have the opportunity to have an artistic experience in a space that breaks away from the classic white box of contemporary galleries and
reconnects with that desire for art closer to home.
The works have been selected following the aesthetic and complex identity they represent.
Starting with the intense figurative painting of Fabio Giampietro, who through his unique technique gives the work empathic qualities, between dreamy Noir and vertigo
suspended, Aethra exhibits for the first time Inner Coaster, a "unicum" that returns to the origins of the artist's architectural research.
We will find three of Francesco Diluca's most famous collections, which with their poetic and fragile symbolism will accompany us in each room, marrying in a
dynamic with the different environments, allowing us to fully experience that common thread that is so dear to the artist's heart: the ability of nature to reach us.
The living space will be experienced as a true emotional journey that will follow with the 'archeology of color by Gianluca Patti and Ilaria Franza, whose works
seem to open our gaze to submerged paths and unexplored places of color and form.
Moving into the main hall we will be greeted by the shots of Paolo Regis, whose work analyzes, breaks down and recomposes the force that acts on the human being,
giving us a journey between images, pure and surreal.
Continuing our journey downstairs, which will be divided into two relaxation areas and a sleeping area, we will be drawn in by the women of Rachele Moscatelli and
Giulia Caruso. Anyone who admires one of Rachele's works understands and knows that behind the multicolored cutouts there is a present, but also a past history of reflection on the
female. History that we find, also, in the pop works, with gritty features, of Giulia Caruso.

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