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Biennial of contemporary art “Premio Marche 2023”

29/02/2024 12:04

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Biennial of contemporary art “Premio Marche 2023”

Biennial of contemporary art “Premio Marche 2023”: among the artists also the maestro Carlo Iacomucci



by Patrizia Minnozzi


Always linked to the city of Ancona, the Premio Marche 2023, on this special occasion, becomes itinerant, with a double setting of exhibition spaces, because from the inaugural venue in Urbino, opened last November 25th at the Albani Civic Art Gallery, from March 1st it will move to the prestigious headquarters of the MARV - Rubini Vesin Art Museum in Gradara (PU), with a monographic exhibition, entitled " Around the state of the art in the Marche", which will be a revisitation of the Marche artists present at the Venice Biennale of the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy, according to a choice of artists corresponding to the critical stance of the Scientific Committee. The exhibition will address two analytical strands of works developed according to the following scheme identified by the curators: Cultures, tradition and languages of contemporaneity (curated by the art critic Andrea Carnevali) and The artists' sense of nature (curated by the art critic and journalist art Cecilia Casadei).


With this edition, the Premio Marche 2023 has once again become the famous National Contemporary Art Biennial, which, for the occasion, will remain open until 9 June 2024. The aim of this event is to enhance the activity of artists from the Marche and to increase the sensitivity and knowledge of the people of the Marche towards the figurative and visual arts. Its highly meritorious aim is to promote contemporary art in Italy, in order to identify artists from the Marche operating in the region, whether they are already established or emerging and young with strong technical and poetic qualities, selected and subsequently invited by the Scientific Committee.

The art historian Cecilia Casadei chose to invite the Urbino artist Carlo Iacomucci, in consideration of his activity as an engraver and painter. For the occasion, the Maestro participates with two of his works, a direct testimony of his fertile career as an engraver and painter. The artist amplifies the spectator's amazement, leaving signs, traces and drops balanced on the edge of the scene represented in his paintings, through the creation of dreamlike compositions in which fiction and reality meet. His pictorial compositions focus on the concrete themes of existence and the nature that surrounds him, involving the viewer on both a sensorial and emotional level, resulting touching, chromatic and suggestive.

In his paintings we see dense networks of lines, traces, drops, signs, kites, characters, windy vortices, which move sinuously. All these elements, enriched by bright colours, which include all the shades of the cold and warm tones of the pictorial table, expertly mixed together in an imaginative swirl of bright colours, give dynamism to his paintings and, at the same time, express a symbolic meaning , but also realistic about the nature to be defended.


Iacomucci, one of the most representative artists of the Marche region, boasts a rich artistic curriculum: he is one of the eight "Marchigiani of the year" 2014 and during his long and prestigious career he has obtained many national and international awards, including the honor of Commander of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic for artistic and cultural reasons. Among the numerous and important international exhibitions, he participated in the 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale - Italy Pavilion by Regions, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi. In February 2020 he received the Pegaso Award for best drawing, in the Pegaso competition promoted by the Istituto Superiore della Sanità.

In 2021, his personal exhibition "The journey of Carlo Iacomucci between painting and engraving", at the Museum Rooms of Palazzo Bisaccioni, Jesi. In 2023 personal exhibition "Il Segno Inciso di Carlo Iacomucci" curated by Luca Pernici, with critical texts by Loretta Fabrizi, Giovanni Filosa and Patrizia Minnozzi, Spazio Monumentale di Santo Spirito, Cingoli.


The exhibition will remain open until

9 June 2024, with the following times:

from Monday to Sunday

10am-1pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm.

Web page in Arspedia by Maestro Carlo Iacomucci

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