Each artist proposes a mini-cycle of their first work, summarizing their working theme in a "summary" of a few selected works.
Rich in color, arabesques and wisdom and a great wealth of applied techniques - this and more is the art of Gilda Mautone.
To her, the world seems to resemble a vast marketplace, full of different characters, smells, shapes and sensations.
From all this she draws and she reaches the inner core and mystery of the human soul. Eveline Bergman works seem to have sprung
from dance. Her lines follow the energy of opposing or corresponding forces. Condensed, a superordinate rhythm becomes visible,
which permeates and connects everything. As an Icelander Sigrún Ólafsdóttir is particularly aware of the dichotomy of the forces
and fragility of all being. Whether her sculptures fill entire squares or can be held in one hand, whether they are made of wood,
steel, aluminum or rubber, in them seemingly impossible balance becomes possible. Ade Quercianera combines archaic and
futuristic elements. His works are dark, mysterious and emotional and at the same time of intellectual sharpness and
not infrequently of black humor