Dorothy Circus Gallery is proud to present a group exhibition of four artists, already home to DCG: Silvia Idili, Tada Koiichiro, Luke Chueh, and sculptress Clementine De Chabaneix. They will present a brand new series in both venues, in Rome and London.
Opening this new exhibition path will be the soft oil on canvas technique by Tada Koiichiro, whose monochromatic portraits in the foreground look straight ahead. The exciting detail of Koiichiro's delicate figures resides in the eyes of his characters, which, similar to water reflections, appear as open windows on the inner worlds revealing secrets and fears.
The candid ceramic sculptures by Clementine de Chabaneix, in an animist tale, explore our imagination by touching the strings of the purest feelings with delicate chromatic combinations. Surprise and contrast are the keys to interpreting the bizarre situations represented by Luke Chueh and the stories painted, always balancing the dose of irony and desperation, walking on the thin edge between comedy and tragedy.
It is then the paintings of Silvia Idili and the geometries that dress and mask the faces in search of harmony of shapes and compositions that symbolize our past and the memories we keep of it in our visionary mind. In a mix of suggestions and spiritual, emotional and psychological tension, Idili's portraits write the diary of the contemporary man who gets lost in the complexity of reality and finds himself in the transcendent.