1 March 2021
2021 Milano fili 50x70cm carta

Monday 1st March 2021 – Wires

Last week I did a meeting with some students of eighth grade. The purpose was to tell them about my work and I received a loto of questions, like: “Was it difficult for you to choose high school? How was this passion born? Have you ever had doubts or difficult moments about this choice of life? What is the greatest gratification of your job?”. The first part of the meeting was a dialogue on these questions, then at a certain […]
4 January 2021
2020 Skyline 20x20cm olio su tela

Monday 4th January 2021 – Skyline

On this first Monday of 2021 I like starting with a wide view of the sky above the city of Milan, full of warm and cold colors mixed; in the painting the most accentuated point of light is in the right bottom, where the white color attracted me the most. I used medium cadmium red to capture that fiery cloud above the skyscrapers: red is the color of life, it is the color of love for the things that we […]
14 December 2020
2020 Skyline I 20x80cm olio su tela

Monday 14th December 2020 – Skyline

The burning orange sky of Milan is a natural phenomenon that always surprises me, and gives that feeling of warmth in my heart. It was there “waiting for me”, I would say, like the title of an exhibition I did a few years ago in Seregno. Truly the experience of this sky seems like a gift to me, and I give it to you. The format is narrow and elongated, 20x80cm, precisely to enhance the bright colors of the sky. […]
29 June 2020
2020 Duomo 60x180cm olio su tela

Monday 29th June 2020 – Cathedral

This Monday’s Duomo starts from a provocation that we faced in a dinner few days ago: Can art be a way of experiencing work? To implement – not only represent – a new way of working? Can it still “employ” the society? These questions are taken from an intervention by Francesco Fornasieri that you can read here. In this article the author reflects on the fact that, during the Middle Ages, the construction of large cathedrals including the Milan Cathedral […]