Agostino Iacurci (Foggia, 1986) is one of the most promising artists on the international Urban Art scene. In his works of synthetic forms and bright colors, through an essential language, he is capable of driving multiple layers of interpretation. A cynical and intelligent irony positions Agostino’s tales on the perennial threshold between innocence and artifice, serenity and catastrophe, in a magnetic tension that is the interpretive key to our very existence.
His works explore the delicate and complex symbioses that are triggered by seemingly simple actions. Extremity, hazard, devotion, impermanence, and obsession are just a just a few of the myriad ingredients of play that have profound parallels in the creative processes of artistic production.
Since 2008, the artist has been painting stories on the skins of buildings and in urban spaces: he has created installations for Living Walls in Atlanta, the Bien Urbain Festival in France, the Outdoor Urban Art Festival in Rome, together with students at the Saba School in Algeria, inside the courtyard of the maximum security wing of the Rebibbia prison in Rome in collaboration with detainees, for the 55th Venice Biennial for the project B2B, on the glass facade of the Fubon Art Center in Taipei, on the Oberkampf M.U.R. and on the Tour 13 in Paris. In 2015 he has painted outdoor interventions in Aalborg (Denmark), Atlanta (USA), Niort (France), Getafe (Spain), at Moritzplatz in Berlin (Germany), and he has realized a huge installation on painted pvc on the rooftops of Piazzale Cadorna and Piazzale Loreto in Milan (Italy).
Title: Easy ways to hide yourself (LV) - (LXV) - (LXVI) - (LXVII) - (LXXII)
Size: 18 x 24 cm
Technique: Acrylic on wood
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