CRITICS
CRITICS
Title: Expression/Freedom
Author: Kei Kagami
Year: 2008

Probably there is no point in describing Marco Bolognesi as a photographer. Yes, his images are photographs but not really photography.

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Title: Total Depravation Flash, Flesh and Fetish
Author: Alberto Abruzzese
Year: 2008

Alienation and fetish are the horizon not of the modern world but of the different assets, or indeed, of the different types of sovereignty governing our universe.

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Title: Body, Vision, Contamination: Dark Star. An Interview by Elena Forin to Marco Bolognes
Author: Elena Forin
Year: 2008

If, as Antonio Tursi* believes, today’s man, like his Baroque counterpart, finds himself in a precarious anthropological situation, it is as a result of a widespread instability which affects both art and politics, civil development, systems for obtaining knowledge and interpersonal relationships.

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Title: The Lost Beauty of The Future
Author: Lorenzo Canova
Year: 2008

The greatest authors of dystopian fiction and the most progressive science fiction writers, such as Philip K. Dick, Ray Bradbury, James G. Ballard and William Gibson, were all conscious of the disorientation and anxiety that are the malaise of modern life, where the memories and nostalgia for the past accentuate not only our fears for the present but also our apprehension for a future riddled with mystery and the unknown.

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Title: The Re-Discovery of Symbols
Author: Alberto Abruzzese
Year: 2008

Bolognesi belongs to a group of artists that best capture the spirit of the times. We can discuss their work, as art critics are prone to do, by going into some detail over biographies and catalogues of work or by opening our eyes to the world they perceive and lay open to us.

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Title: Marco Bolognesi and The Realm of Ambiguity
Author: Sue Hubbard
Year: 2008

Bologna is best known for its towers and its tortellini and it was here that Marco Bolognesi was born in 1974 into a prominent intellectual family.

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Titile: Woodland
Author: Martina Corgnati
Year: 2006

A luxuriant tropical plant emerges from the head of a young woman. It appears, the base of the stem grasps her thick hair, the roots thrust directly into her skull sucking the vital lymph of her ideas, dreams and the winding of her neuro-vegetative system.

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Title: Marco Bolognesi Woodland
Author: Charlotte Illera
Year: 2006

Bolognesi’s work is full of conflict, between the natural and man-made, reality and artifice, confrontation and submission and aggressivity and beauty.

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Title: Woodland by Marco Bolognesi
Author: Tony Charalambous
Year: 2006

These images read like direct transcripts of Italian artist Marco Bolognesi’s dreams. It is the infinite woodland of his subconcious, the unnatural bound to the natural. Result? A Midsummer Night’s Dream meets Bob Fosse’s Sweet Charity.

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