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INTIMATE SPACE

Last Show of our PROJECT ROOM LC!
Opening reception SATURDAY, November 30th 2019, 7-9pm

Francesca Genovese, born 1984 in Matera (Italy). A classically trained painter at Lecce’s Accademy of Fine Art she now works and lives in Berlin.
Her works have been exhibited in various exhibition space like “Utertitel” and “ Theaterforum Kreuzberg”, “The Ballery Gallery” and recently her work had big attention at the group exhibition “ 42 Contemporary Artists” in collaboration with “ Enter Art Foundation” who include her Paintings in own permanent collection.

INTIMATE SPACE

Last Show of our PROJECT ROOM LC!
Opening reception SATURDAY, November 30th 2019, 7-9pm

Francesca Genovese, born 1984 in Matera (Italy). A classically trained painter at Lecce’s Accademy of Fine Art she now works and lives in Berlin.
Her works have been exhibited in various exhibition space like “Utertitel” and “ Theaterforum Kreuzberg”, “The Ballery Gallery” and recently her work had big attention at the group exhibition “ 42 Contemporary Artists” in collaboration with “ Enter Art Foundation” who include her Paintings in own permanent collection.

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THIS IS THE LAST SHOW OF OUR PROJECT ROOM LC
Vernissage: Saturday November 30th 2019, 7-9-pm

INTIMATE SPACE

Francesca Genovese solo exhibition

Francesca Genovese looks at the Intimate Space, that mental space  where one questions themselves.
Intimacy is indeed an urge, a call to embrace the untainted part of being and to uncover the deeper fragility of the individual, who struggles to reveal themselves and identify in a society where there is not much place for anything other than appearances.
Solitary and elusive, the figures float suspended in static poses, inhabiting a timeless dimension, anchored in an action that does not happen, but dilates.
Unconscious entities are exposed to the eyes of the spectator but unable to look back at him.
From an intimate and personal point of view, Genovese faces sensuality and physicality to underline the perceived dichotomy between body and space, between oneself and the other, between judge and guilty.
One question, among others, is raised: what is it that attracts us? Is it the punishment of guilt, or its Triumph?

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