The Eros series by Bruno Cattani invites us to reconsider, with new eyes and perceptions, themes such as desire and pathos, meant as that feeling capable of arousing intense emotions and total participation on an aesthetic and emotional level. Sculptural art, taken up in some of its highest representations, becomes the pretext to share a new interpretation of the intense relationship between beauty and eroticism, materiality and abstraction, true and false, affinities and distinctions, thus leading the viewer to a visionary and empathetic contemplation, which stems from the surprising humanization of the plastic object so presented. It is a real...
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