Luca di Luzio. Geopainting
From May 27, 2021, the Russo Gallery has hosted Luca Di Luzio’s imaginary geographies, about eighty works divided into four rooms, one for each cycle of “geopittures” which, since 2013, have been at the center of the young Roman artist’s research.
Curated by Marco Tonelli the exhibition Luca Di Luzio. Geopainting traces the last eight years of the career of the young Di Luzio, clearly describing an artist more interested in becoming a demiurge of his own universe than in telling the current one.
On show the Maps and Flags series. Flags and imaginary maps (2013-2014), Loka. Cartography of the invisible (2014-2015), Atlas Ego Imago Mundi. Cartography of the body (2015-2019) and The State. The shape of nations (2021).