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“Art, caress of the soul, absolute companion! My painting is born from the Silence of my Soul when it allows itself to listen to itself, after the daily noise, in which we live day after day, with feet on the ground sometimes too pragmatic and arrogant, intrusive, confused in the carousel of a irrepressible consumerism, where the All is nothing and nothing is Everything. Then, suddenly a shutter is lowered, the windows are closed and finally the silence is heard. That mysterious silence that advances on tiptoe and then liquefied in that most noble part of Noi, the Soul. Soul that collects and selects everything with almost maniacal fussiness, Anima great store of feelings and emotions, where everything is filtered not in its materiality but in its substantiality. It is not having, but it is Being, as Erich Fromm used to say. So my sensations, experiences, mental states, considerations, after being included in the deepest part of my Person, magically emerge … Vitali … full of color and Faces. Faces without Pupils, because they are introjected in a Magical Universe that does not give rise to banality but rather becomes a witness, almost hidden, of being in a material world that however transcends it. “Luciana Pasquin

Luciana Pasquin, painter and poetess, comes from the Trentino-Alto Adige region but has been resident in Veneto for many years (Affi). As a painter, she prefers acrylics on canvas and biscuits. In his continuously rising artistic career he has participated in collective and personal exhibitions in Italy and abroad. Since 1997 he has participated in important events such as Salò Internacional d’Artistes Contemporanis Independents in Barcelona in Spain, in 2015 in Ca’dei Carraresi in Treviso, in 2017 at the Palazzo Ducale in Revere (Mn), “Art Shopping Carrousel Du Louvre” in Paris in France and “art3f Brussels Expo” in Belgium, in 2018 the Biennale at the Palazzo della Gran Guardia in Verona and “International Salon of contemporary art in Cannes” at the Pallazzo Festival.
In 2017 his works have been published on the Italian Encyclopaedia of Italian Art and paper volume.

In 2017 publication on the website of the international cultural movement “Peace paths and paths of awareness”.

As a poet, she participated in several regional and national competitions, in 1988 she was classified in the “rose” of the thirty finalists at the national level with the publishing house Ibiskos of Florence that published a collection of poems entitled “Silence”. His name is included in the Agenda of Contemporary Poets.
“Luciana Pasquin, an eclectic and creative artist, ranges from an authentic passion and vitality from painting to poetry. The poetic nature of the artist is reflected in his painting, which exceeds the formal figuration, proposing an essential and enigmatic vision with a lively compositional technique, of refined polychrome where soft brushstrokes and gaudy hues flow in an articulate and flowing balance. The pictorial technique makes use of vibrant chromatic overlapping where the skilful choice of the artist is that of a language of alchemical sublimation, of abstraction of shapes and faces that recalls the ancestral matrix and leads to a real explosion of meanings and interpretations involving the observer in a journey of memories and suggestions. The gaze is captured in this elaborate synthesis that recalls symbology and reveals unique visions involved in an exuberant dance flooded with overwhelming vitality in a world suspended between primordial rhythms and universes to be explored. The flexibility of the stylized figures and the intoxicating asymmetries, create a scenic ensemble of captivating harmony and strong energy value in an intriguing and enveloping art that caresses the soul. “Alessandra Anca Palel, curator of art
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REVIEW BY ALBERTO MOIOILI, Art Critic, Editorial Director of the Italian Art Encyclopaedia:
“Luciana Pasquin paints following a particular instinct that comes from the depths of her soul, emerges on the surface and materializes on the canvas through a creative expression focused on the investigation of a new alphabet. The colors interspersed with the graphic tract are able to give each work a tribal rhythm that feeds the vibrating tension, perceived as an authentic fil-rouge of its style. The artist, through a very special and sophisticated creative sensitivity, manages to simplify the design by amplifying the possibilities and imaginative potentialities, giving life to interpretations where the interpolation of the chromatic surfaces flows into interesting graphic labyrinths. “Alberto Moioli, art critic.

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