Walter Capezzali

Quale delle tre dee

Artist: Walter Capezzali (Italy)

Title: Quale delle tre dee

Date: 2020

Medium: paper

Dimension (cm):

L 52


H 42


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Quale delle tre dee, is a work from the collection of Walter Capezzali

Quale delle tre dee, is another artwork by Walter Capezzali inspired by ancient Greece mythology. Black theatrical hell from which emerges a huge shelf full of white plaster. In circle: tubs that quote the historic, ingenious staging by Luca Ronconi for Rossini’s “Journey to Reims” at the Scala in Milan in 1984, actually in Pesaro with simultaneous shooting in Milan, immersed: the plaster simulacra of the three goddesses, Hera, Artemis, Aphrodite, and Ermes-Paris himself, who will have to award the apple to “the most beautiful”. The goddess Eris, the discord author of the tragic deception, emerges, seraphic, from the black floor.


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