Gabriele De Santis and the Balance in Art

His conceptual art is born from the desire to free any object from its natural state for which it was made or found. To give it a new life. The artistic practice of Gabriele De Santis (Rome, 1983) was created on the basis of one modus operandi: between installations and painting in which nature, space, and the matter of things become a single conceptual form from which the user will interpret the work, themselves. Matter and idea are subordinated to the concept he wants to express.

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