|Galleria Ca’d’Oro is honored to announce an exhibition showcasing the exceptional works by talented artists Ludmilla Radchenko and Vittorio Sacco. Curated by Gloria Porcella, director and owner of the famous Roman and Miami Galleries and entitled Rosa Rosae, it is designed to bring to Miami the artistic flavor of these unique European artists.The Galleria’s goal is to grow together with the most talented emerging European artists by bringing quality, design and innovation to South Florida. Very different from each other in terms of style, medium, personalities and artistic orientations, Ludmilla Radchenko and Vittorio Sacco are united in this show through the theme of roses; a subject matter portrayed by both artists in one of their main works, which gave name to the exhibition, Rosa Rosae.Ludmilla Radchenko, a young female Siberian Pop artist has the ability to blend unique and sometimes startling photographs with aspects of digital collage and lively acrylic painting to create an entirely unique art form. In the classic Pop Art style, Radchenko presents her subjects over and over, loading it with social content in order to expand and at times exploit its meaning. The bright colors and broad lines that appear as she applies paint to the digital prints serve to create new levels of meaning and also add emotive elements to the overall effect. The results are paintings that reverberate with numerous meanings meant to connect with the viewer.
Vittorio Sacco always had a great passion for photography. The artist’s work truly embodies an Italian essence that expresses a passion for food, a keen eye for simple beauty, style and design. While in New York he joined Bianchi Films where he was able to combine the graphic beauty of his still photography with the elegance of motion pictures. Throughout his career the artist has worked for many important advertising campaigns such as Lindt, Barilla and Kraft among others. Vittorio Sacco is one of those artists who make food and simple objects into poetry. They evoke in the spectator a sense of tangibility and desire to reach what is portrayed. The artist has the ability to transform simple and common everyday objects into appealing, luxurious and sensual elements, which stimulate our senses. On the other hand, his black and white photos of places are somewhat supernatural, where he immortalizes empty spaces where presence is perceived among the ruins. Primitive and yet modern they seem to evoke a post-apocalyptic scene.
About Galleria Ca’ d’Oro
Since 1970, Galleria Ca’d’Oro (House of Gold), located near Piazza di Spagna, one of Rome’s most iconic and prestigious destinationshas been renown as one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Italy representing famous figures in the art world such as Dali, de Chirico, and Filippo de Pisis. In 2010 the Gallery opened its doors in Miami. During Art Week and Art Basel Miami Galleria Ca’ d’Oro made its mark in Miami with the most talked about public art installations, the Regeneration Art Project, the exhibition of the famous Pink snails and during Art Basel Miami 2012, with the FOReverglades project. In 2013 the Galleria participated in distinguished Art Fairs such as Context-Art Miami, Scope New York and Art Wynwood Miami. The same year the gallery successfully reintroduced 8 Giant Red Snails in Central Park and Columbus Circle in New York City. The installation’s popularity demonstrated once again the international prestige and acclaim of the gallery in the US.
Today with its new location in the Miami Design District Galleria Ca’ d’Oro lead by Owner and Director Gloria Porcella continues to bring its experience and expertise to the US promoting Italian and European contemporary art with passion and enthusiasm. Galleria Ca’ d’Oro offers not only some of the most important works by artists of the 20th, and 21st centuries, but also offers personalized art advisory, the implementation of public art installations and museum quality exhibitions. Among the artists represented are Giorgio de Chirico’s Sculptures, Salvador Dali’s sculptures, Alfredo Rapetti Mogol and the famous Cracking Art Group animals by William Sweetlove, Renzo Nucara, Federico Comelli Ferrari and Ivan Lardshneider.