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Figure show: Ceramic Sculpture of Paolo Porelli

Anthropomorphic images in two and three-dimensions

Golden Age, Paolo Porelli 2020, porcellini and luster, 40cm maximum height

The Roman artist Paolo Porelli presents a selection of projects realised in recent years. Porelli uses an anthropomorphic figure as a metaphor for reality, an amalgamation of personal experience, perceptual aspects and art-historical idioms. With his sculpture, Porelli wants to provide access to an archetypal dimension of reality, condensing surrealist contaminations, Pop proliferations and archaic symbolism in his visual language. The anthropomorphic inventions that he elaborates produce an estrangement effect of the figuration, creating iconographic absurdities and a new mythology of the present.  

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