Italian sculptor Fabio Viale has displayed 18 tons of stone chippings and marble sculptures in his ongoing art exhibition ‘Acqua alta High Tide’ at Galleria Poggiali in Florence, Italy. The exhibition sees the display of two separate installations, ‘The bricole (dolphins)’ and Stone ‘Emergences’, both of which prompt us as humans to reflect on our relationship with nature.
“the modern art sculpture now shows itself to be authentic, having become a metaphor for human experience: life with its incidents and accidents scores the surface of the artefact while absolutizing the essence”.says Fabio Viale.
Shards of limbs, vessels, and several shattered statues cascade down from the ceiling, before they lie on the floor, completely covering the 15-meter length of the gallery interior. Are you loving his modern sculpture pieces?
“Illustrates the process of decay and reconstruction, of fall and redemption, reminding us of the inevitable tragedy of the future that returns everything to dust”.Fabio Viale described his art installation entitled, ‘Emergences’
Upon entering the space, one may not know exactly what they have been confronted with – a pile of jagged stones? However, upon further inspection, visitors begin to recognize the curved fingers of a hand or the smooth surface of a leg that emerges from a vast pile of stone clippings. Fabio Viale‘s modern design work truly leaves room for inspiration and your own interpretation and the true wonder of it is that it is so simple yet so impactful that leaves anyone utterly mesmerized.