Wax on fiberglass
Domenico Bianchi’s art is like a personal reflection on constructive models and on the sensorial dynamic qualities of the painting through the geometric evidence of the figurations which are often attracted towards a focal point, and soft and shiny sensuality of surfaces like wax and wood which are chiselled with loving skill. The poetic and aesthetic impression of his compositions, which all things considered, are absolutely insignificant and perhaps, as such, spring from the grace and the brilliance of writing which, like a Japanese haiku, leads
to nothing but which can stretch into infinity, conserving the freshness and the splendour of the initial glance. With Bianchi painting returns to being
an unchanging substance containing every possibility of development allowing the figures to replicate themselves from the small to the large screen and, as in recent forms of research (see the work for the MADRE) to expand into the surrounding environment in a spatial resolution which comes to critical terms with the context in which it is displayed. The plaque the artist has placed under his work reproduces a sentence of Brancusi..
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