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by Alberto D'Atanasio
An old Eastern saying says: "When the wiseman points to the Moon, the fool looks at his finger." Probably, it means that sometimes it is easier to focus on seeing what is immediate, near and doesn’t need the courage to look at what is being shown even though apparently far away and that changes shape but remaining the same in its essence.
It is with this thought and with the artwork by Giulio Serafini that you discover travellers in Brindisi, in the splendid setting of Palazzo Virgil. In fact it is to celebrate this beautiful structure that the master realizes an exciting intaglio print in 99 copies entitled "Morning Sentinel".
With Giulio Serafini images become sounds, words which only poets know how to translate. This is the geniality that is discovers in the Moon that is described in this work and the changing shades are like the sounds of those words left unsaid that sometimes accompany feelings, sensations, emotions. The game of colours that the Maestro Serafini skillfully uses is to be interpreted as a feeling that regenerates man despite time that goes by and changes things and people. Time, for him, with the alchemy of his art making, is not the measure of the moon , earth and sun cycles but it is the space in which man forms his awareness to know his true nature and his existence.
by Paolo Levi
It is appropriate to remember that Musardo’s painting and serial graphics glow with their own light, like a message.
It should be further noted that his signed and numbered sheets have the virtue of loyalty. They do not exceed 99 copies as guaranteed. Like his paintings, these archaic views on paper seem casual chips but the final composition is always represented by harmony and classicism, a mirror of our culture from afar: from Omero and the Olympus. These eye-catching numbered and signed editions by Vincenzo Musardo follow the conventions regulated and minutely defined by various "international press" guilds, establishing what the limits are so that a serial printing can be considered "original". These important sheets of lithographs by Musardo represent the strong and serious commitment of an artist who loves his work and respects those who buy art. Each print costs him effort: but it is the deepest and most helpless part that our artist concedes to each of the examples that he controls personally at his printers, a craftsman of ancient rituals.
Maria Luisa Colleoni
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