Rossella Tramet. Fils Rouges

Rossella Tramet, Sospesi, 2017 | © Rossella Tramet

The Imagina Cafè Wine Bar & Art Gallery hosts the first solo exhibition of Rossella Tramet, an atypical lawyer by her own definition, who came to photography following the study of painting at Ca' Foscari University, which, referring to the Renaissance juxtaposition between art and literature, intends to translate her shots towards a more evocative than descriptive plane. The Fils Rouges from which the exhibition takes its name refer to the two souls and interpretations that originate It, the personal leitmotif that the artist conceives as an "emotional red zone", described by images with a prevalence of red color, and the one followed by the curator Nicolas Fiedler, who wanted to give particular value to those works that focus on the details of the landscape capable of evoking abstract painting. The ubiquitous background, even if not always explicitly recognizable, is Venice, a city visible at times and alternately invisible, the underlying place of the soul, always beloved and inspiring.

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