Salvatore Tulipano – L’Espace de la Sculpture




SALVATORE TULIPANO

L’ESPACE DE LA SCULPTURE
 
Curator: Andrea Ponsini
 
Private view 11 Mars 2015 18H – 21H
 
from 11 to 25 March 2015
 
L’Espace de la Sculpture is the exhibition of Salvatore Tulipano and it concludes his six-months residency period in Montrouge.
His plastic research is based on the reflection about the meaning of Sculpture and on its relation with the space: Tulipano conceives Sculpture not just as an object but, in his idea, Sculpture is space in itself and it establishes a dialogue and, at the same time, takes distances from the urban or private space. His sculptures are conceived in a totally plastic freedom and they are not strictly connected with the context that is just a suggestion and never a formal conditioning for the development of each sculptures. These are supposed to be realized in big sizes as architectonic pieces. Even though his sculptures do not have any kind of function, they indirectly invite the people to go through their internal spaces defined by geometrical volumes and inclined surfaces, wedging one in each other. In this way, they show formal and no-static aspects very destabilizing for the viewer. Tulipano conceives the fragmented shapes and volumes of his sculptures during a visual studio between empty spaces and projections of these volumes, with a dissenting balance, sometimes apparently unstable, and without any reference to monumental sculpture.
 
 
Salvatore Tulipano (Milan, 1985). He lives in Paris. He works in Paris and Milan. 
 
 
 
The exhibition of will be open from Thursday to Sunday in Montrouge – 92120 – 6 Allèe de la Valliere. 
 
Thursday – Friday / 10 am – 14 pm    and    Saturday – Sunday / 3pm – 7pm
 
 
To receive further informations please contact ph: (0033) 6 32 30 01 27 – (0033) 1 46 12 74 58 
 
Duration 11 March 2015 - 25 March 2015
Times 11 - 25 March 2015 Thursday - Friday 10 am / 14 pm Saturday - Sunday 3 pm / 7 pm
Cost FREE
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