Marcello Lo Giudice’s exhibition opening on 2 March at the Marble Palace.
Marcello Lo Giudice received natural science and art education, which both influenced his development as an artist. He graduated from the University of Bologna with a degree in geology and then attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.
Lo Giudice works with the abstract line and uses special figurative means to represent the geographical forms and processes. Man-made and procedural factors are the core aspects of his art. He manually creates a texture surface, where the form materializes in color and the texture irregularities cast relief and shadows.
His abstract works are metaphoric and become a symbolic analog of the Creation. There are no landscape features in his works and the images rather have a geological and demiurgic sense.
The exhibition at the Marble Palace will be opened on 2 March—15 May, 2017.