Exhibition of artists Pino Errante and Massimo Oliveri at Villa San Cataldo
November 18 to November 26, 2023
It will be inaugurated Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023 at 4:30 p.m. the exhibition of artists Pino Errante and Massimo Oliveri set up at Villa San Cataldo under the patronage of the municipal administration of Bagheria.
Councillors Giuseppe Tripoli and Giusy Chiello and city councilwoman Antonella Insinga will be present for institutional greetings at the opening.
The exhibition will be open free of charge from Nov. 18 to Nov. 26 from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the deconsecrated church. Curating the technical and artistic notes of the exhibition is Professor Rosanna Balisteri.
Giuseppe Errante. Born in 1957, he is a self-taught contemporary artist with experience in collective exhibitions including the latest “The Wings of Nobility in Misilmeri.” His instincts,” says the artist, “have always guided him toward abstract paintings that definitely convey astral dynamism with personal interpretations. The secret of his works: a continuous search toward everything that his mind transmits to him. For him, art is a therapy that succeeds in healing the mind. His paintings express singular feelings and strong emotions. The techniques used are mixed media, mainly oil on canvas and oil on hardwood support.
Massimo Oliveri, born in 1966, graduated from the Palermo Art Institute in 1988. He has participated in group exhibitions and various events making art installations. In 1997 he joined the Aeroviaggi group as art director. His instinct,” Oliveri says, “has always guided him toward various artistic paths by making experiences around Italy. From chalk-painting madonnas to blurring with fingers in squares, to murals in various structural contexts. The interior designer made him develop sensitivity in juxtaposing colors. The secret to his work? A biting and refined irony. For him, art is constantly experimenting; in fact, he expresses his feelings in his paintings, conveying strong emotions to the audience. His latest series with monochromes with iridescent and pastel hues from which peep classical textural portraits. The techniques used are mixed and the colors and materials pure.