From 12 April to 15 May 2014

Opening: 12 April 2014

Opening hours: Thu - Fri - Sat | 4 - 7 p.m. or by appointment




by Angelo Mistrangelo

Light and recycled materials, small colored glass containers, painted Coca bottles and computer screens, are some of the elements that make up the expressive universe of Achille De Lucis, a research developed over time and now present at the Metroquadro Arte Contemporanea in Rivoli. website link .

A meeting, therefore, between technology and reflection on the aspects of current visual culture, in a dimension capable of evoking the image of “Grace” and the sequence “CD Colored 2”, which express the sense of an experience linked to acrylic colors, to plastic and foam rubber, led light.

Achille De Lucis’ search goes beyond geometric structures, to the measured and controlled rendering of the subject to draw attention to what it is possible to recover, and transform, from industrial waste, electronic equipment and plastic objects.

The result is the formulation of a new identity of representation, which in the photos on Plexiglas and on the graffiti walls becomes dialogue and relationship with reality.

An experience in the making, which is part of an exhibition program characterized by the inventions of Sergio Cascavilla and Mel Bochner’s “Blah, Blah, Blah”, from the works of Steve Sabella and the interiors of Shara Hughes, up to the “Night vision »By Lorenza Boisi.