His bodies force us to question ourselves on strong contemporary issues.
An uncertain and chaotic humanity, a tribe immortalized without being judged.
Born in Rome, but living in Versilia, Emanuele Giannelli is an Italian provocative artist who loves contemporaneity and its self-destructive drifts.
His works are a perfect balance between figurative and conceptual arts, thanks to which the artist immortalizes all the chaos of the contemporaneity without judging it but remaining a spectator, suspended between doubts and possibilities.
Giannelli’s works represent a constantly transforming humanity, sometimes enhancing its potential and the technologies it uses and with which it could do revolutionary things, sometimes highlighting its self-destructive drifts.
His bodies force us to question ourselves on strong contemporary issues that he focuses on, such as stem cells, cloning, DNA manipulation, diversity, food and ethical boundaries.
But beware: the sculptor’s work is neither a judgment nor a position, but an invitation to reflect on these issues, an emotional and authentic “positive provocation”, as the artist says.
In our lobby, in front of the Gold Bar, “Dominia” makes a fine show of herself, a voluptuous, attractive and passionate woman, a hymn of pride.