Executive poetics of the Serigraphy- Anger
In this highly suggestive Serigraphy- Anger, Roberto Piaia illustrates one of the Seven Deadly Sins.
Serigraphy Anger: Radiant and stormy like a scream…
Here, at the centre of the seven representations how Serigraphy- Anger, we see an untouchable femininity, framed in a surreal world. Symbolism imposes itself in a way not instantly visible but requiring further attentive scrutiny.
In no way do we find Dante’s misty scenes, but rather a vision of our existence. A form of precise warning with subtle irony, showing not only the concrete representation of each sin but also its retaliation
Even in the Serigraphy Anger, the abstract four color band is ever present, representing the seal of the artist personal style.
Roberto Piaia defines his research using the term Assurfivo, meaning the fusion of three pictorial genre: abstract, surreal and figurative. Each of these works offers a perfect visual example of the artist’s definition.
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