Exhibition: Trinity: Passion, Visions, Hope. A lifetime of works

  1. June 8, 2015 9:32 am

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Date(s) - 04/06/2015 - 07/07/2015
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Major Tom’s Social

The Ginnel



Tribo brings his work to Harrogate 4st June – 7th July 2015

Major Tom’s Social, Harrogate, is hosting Tribo L’arte showcase of a wide range of work from Carlo Alberto Civolani an Italian visual artist living and working in Leeds. This exhibition consists of paintings, illustrations and photographs.

Paintings collection called ‘Being Human’ explores the nature of our inner self. These are the stories about tradition, folklore, and superstition, relationships, dealing with personal demons, addiction & depression. Illustrations represent artist’s journey since he left home (Italy) and stories about people he met and situations he found himself in. The photography pieces are predominantly influenced by Martin Parr, Tony Ray Jones and Koudelka. Artist’s interest in anthropology lead him towards documentary photography therefore all pictures are true stories.

Carlo Alberto Civolani is a visual artists from the colourful and picturesque city of Bologna, Italy. He was born and grew up on a farm in a country side where he developed his creativity by producing graphic novels and illustration books. Carlo moved to UK in 2005 attracted by the multiculturalism and diversity of this country. Since then he has actively participated in various projects with local musicians, designers and artists implementing and creating a stylistic approach to the visual art, where nothing he produces is made to impress but only to express.

All artwork is for sale and 10% of revenue goes to the Map (music and arts production), a registered charity which delivers bespoke courses in art, design and music production for young people who have difficulties accessing mainstream education.

Where: Major Tom’s Social, The Ginnel, Harrogate, HG1 2RB, United Kingdom Tel: 01423 566984

Tribo L’Arte: http://tribolarte.weebly.com/

MAP: http://musicandartsproduction.org/

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