Familiar pics: landscape

 

 

Familiar pics: tinderscape
2019
50x70 cm
pastel, stickers on paper, alluminium frame

Exhibition view, Voi rubate del tempo alla fretta, a noi il mare ci impone lentezza, a CASTRO based project, curated by Alberta Romano and Vincenzo Di Marino, Villa Di Lorenzo, HYPERMAREMMA, Ansedonia, Grosseto, Italy

Familiar pics tinderscape Luca Staccioli
Familiar pics_tinderscape_Luca Staccioli

 

Familiar pics: tinderscape
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Familiar pics: waxingscape
2019
72x75 cm
pastel, collage, wrapping paper, alluminium frame

Familiar pics_waxingscape_Luca Staccioli
Familiar pics_waxingscape_Luca Staccioli

 

Familiar pics: waxingscape
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Familiar pics: toothbrush seascape

2020

65x97 cm
pastel, collage, c-print on paper

Familiar pics: toothbrush seascape

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meadow.jpg

 

Familiar pics: meadow
2020
60x80 cm
pastel, collage, tablecloth on paper, alluminum frame

 

Familiar pics: meadow
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Familiar pics: studio per una deposizione
2020
61x100 cm
pastel, collage, digital print, marker on pillowcase, blueback paper on plywood

Familiar pics_palma beach_Luca Staccioli

 

Familiar pics: palma beach

2020

gif

 

Familiar pics: waxingscape #2

2020

17x25 cm
acrilyc and oil on canvas

 

Familiar pics: grazing scape
2020
50x80 cm
pastel, oil, acrylic, ink on canvas

 

Familiar pics:urban scape 
2020
60x70 cm
acrilyc, oil, ink on canvas

 

Familiar pics: desertscape
2020
80x100 cm
acrilyc and oil on canvas

 

Familiar pics: colonial postcard from outer scape
2020
80x80 cm
acrilyc, oil, ink on canvas

Familiar Pics Luca Staccioli

 

Familiar pics: forest  #2
2020
50x70 cm
acrilyc and oil on paper

Familiar pics is an album of family memories.

In the series, references of history of figuration and operating instructions, logos, tutorials, images found in social networks, sharing platforms and advertisements, converge throughout an ongoing transformative practice that reformulates bodies, landscapes and visual heritages.

Images and symbols are fragmented, their conceptual and visual functionality is suspended. The reconstruction process of the new images is aimed to critical re-appropriations of the pre-established meanings.