One role of art is to keep memory alive - historical, artistic, social, religious and urban memory. Frank Denota, through his gallerists Carmen and Enrico Caruso, is able to perceive this necessity of keep memory alive and transform it into art. His portrayal of the American immigrant experience overcomes linguistic, national and social class barriers through the iconic representation of the pure and genuine figures of children throughout his paintings. He gives them a title that hurts still today: ‘Holocaust’, and that shows that is still possible to add another piece to the mosaic of the memory of those terrible years. The idea of ‘Holocaust’ was developed at Vilna Shul, and the exhibition concludes the tormented theme of emigration. Born in 1966 in New York and now living in Rome, Denota expresses cultural roots in the American art of the Forties, with a personal artistic dimension made up ofassociations and a harmonious balance of color masses. Join us to view these incredible canvases up close and personal.
The exhibition will be available from Sunday, October 22 - Friday, November 3
Wednesday/Thursday/Friday: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Tickets Available on Site.
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