Antonio Ligabue Archive Foundation of Parma dedicates an exhibition to Antonio Ligabue and Michele Vitaloni, curated by Augusto Agosta Tota, Marzio Dall'Acqua and Vittorio Sgarbi: two artists who take their representative power from the instinctual and elementary part that approaches the human sphere to the animal sphere.
Antonio Ligabue and Michele Vitaloni share a particular empathy with the animal kingdom and while narrating its wonders, they investigate human nature. Especially when we talk about artistic inspiration, these two amazing interpreters draw their powerful representations from that instinctive and primordial part that matches the humans to the animals.
When we hear the tiger’s roar we may run away or we may find a place to raise that voice.
In the exhibition 83 paintings and 4 sculptures by Ligabue to able to analyze the themes about his artistic work, from self-portraits, landscapes, wild and domestic animals.
Moreover, 15 plastic works by Michele Vitaloni.