Orario & Sede
Giacinto Cerone places himself in the panorama of contemporary art as a countercurrent artist, far from schematizations or collocations that recall belonging to contemporary groups and movements. Giacinto Cerone is a "solitary" sculptor conscious of his contemporaneity, far from telling the complexity of artistic and human events and the present and instead tended to anticipate the story of what happened and what will come.
The artist is charged with universal and everyday passions that invoke the state of the future man and evoke the memory of the ancient one.
In the poetics of the author anticipation and memory chase each other, they do not recognize each other, sometimes they overlap and flow into a new language, but without ever losing themselves in the obviousness of mere and exclusive linguistic research. The artist travels along two parallel paths: sculpture as a narrative medium that goes beyond the descriptive statement to deliver itself to the conceptual act; drawing as
a representation of an implacable truth, prompted by the physicality of one's body, a premonition of the final effigy.
Elena Cavallo Cerone