Personal Exhibition by Luca Falace FIGURATIVE DIAGRONY AND CREATIVE SYNCHRONISM
ART AND LITERATURE
Exposition of the figurative, abstract and literary works of Luca Falace_Comune di Napoli _
Period and duration of the exhibition: from April 17 to April 30, 2013
Place: Monumental Complex of San Severo al Pendino_Via Duomo, Naples
PROJECT PREPARATION AND GRAPHICS_STUDIO PELELLA_ARCHITETTI
PROJECT PREPARATION AND GRAPHICS_FABRIZIA COSTACIMINO
PROJECT PREPARATION AND GRAPHICS_STUDIO VECCI_ARCHITETTI
PHOTO LUCA FALACE
PHOTO PAOLA TUFO
PHOTO BRUNO RIZZI
PUBLICATIONS IEMME EDITIONS
The author, as an art historian, writer and finally an independent artist and researcher exhibits the "result" always in progress of more than a decade of studies. His works, like the published volumes, are the document that testifies the long research in the field of artistic forms related to the sphere of parallel events. A figurative study of the history of art through the interpretation of the multiple styles in different historical periods up to what the author himself called
CREATIVE SYNCHRONISM Writing and art are not intellectual or artistic speculations, but tools to investigate in the highest cultural thought of all time: the mystery of existence. Art assumes its original role as archetype as a means of interaction with the phenomenal and metaphysical world. Art and symbol come together thanks to the automatic symbolic writing, the phenomenology of the unconscious that emerges during the dreamlike and meditative dimension.
BIOGRAPHY Luca Falace was born in Naples on December 15th, 1970, he graduated from the Faculty of Arts in Contemporary Art History. In his thesis in Cultural Anthropology he investigates the relationship between the phenomenon of divinations and the origins of art, through the symbolism of the myth present in popular traditions. His works highlight the deepest archetype of the concept of art; the mythical and symbolic one. The various activities carried out over the years distinguish his multifaceted personality: professor of art history, composer of pictorial and musical works, writer of over ten books, designer of industrial products, creator of machinery for the wellbeing of the body and mediator in the International Industrial Patents sector. For over a decade he has been involved in the study of the anthropological aspect of art, in the analysis of parallel events (from which the theory on Creative Synchronism), in the research concerning hermetic mythology and in the promotion of art through social networks.