Milanese based duo Orticanoodles will launch his first solo show in Paris next week, thus fulfilling the fantasy of a lifetime. Duo and couple in the mean time, Orticanoodles is one of the most talented artists of his generation in the field of stencil art. With a decorative approach and multilayer stencils, Orticanoodles established his artistic maturity over the years and the exhibitions.
Gallery Itinerrance displays in Paris three new series. Architectural views and facades of Rome, Milan and Carrara (the latter being the hometown of Wally, the male part of the duo) are the first series. The second one displays objects symbolizing the financial crisis. “The Caveau”, the centerpiece of the exhibition features a bank vault executed in three layers with real gold leaves. And the latest series is called “The Hammer” and presents the destruction of daily objects and consumer goods, with pop art style slightly acid colors.
This exhibition is like Orticanoodles who cultivate one one hand a taste for pop art of Andy Warhol or Arte Povera with Mimmo Rotella, and on the other hand for the classic Italian tradition that fits with contemporary still lives and urban landscapes.
Orticanoodles / New Works
March 11- April 4
Opening March 11, Thursday from 6 pm
7bis, rue René Goscinny
Opened Wed-Sat 2-7 pm
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