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WE ARE ALL MEANT TO SHINE” / NELSON MANDELA WILL ALWAYS BE A PART OF US  
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12/6/13 Posted 12/6/13

© Roberto Alborghetti - LaceR/Actions "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you *not* to be? Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as childre... [more]

MY SURPRISE PUBLIC EXHIBITION IN A BEAUTIFUL MEDIEVAL SQUARE WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF 3 HISTORICAL PLACES...  
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7/13/13 Posted 7/13/13

A surprise public exhibition dedicated to my works... It will happen next Sunday, July 14, during an evening event with culinary excellences, good Irish music and a special performance with my "Lacer/actions" artworks, in an ancient and fascinating place: a beautiful square in the historic heart of Ambivere, Bergamo country, not so far from Milan (this place is documented and quoted in scripts dating back to year 923!) In a picturesque setting between ancient walls and medieval towers,... [more]

THE AESTHETICS OF DECOMPOSITION: “THAT "BEAUTY ZONE" WHERE THERE IS AN OPTIMAL MIX OF ORDER AND DISORDER”  
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2/9/13 Posted 2/9/13

Fellow blogger Nannus (Andreas Keller nick name) - see his blog Asifoscope - found my Lacer/actions pages and wrote some interesting comments about my works which represents, as you know, torn and decomposed publicity posters and urban tokens. I'm pleased to share his precious thoughts concerning the concepts of decomposition, art and beauty.        By Nannus If you had told me that (Lacer/actions) is art from the 1950s "Informel" school of art or Sam Francis or anything like this, I... [more]

7.000 VISITORS FOR ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI EXHIBITION AT THE MEDIEVAL TUSCANY CASTLE  
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1/29/13 Posted 1/29/13

    "Colors of An Apocalypse” - the Roberto Alborghetti exhibition hosted in the enchanting Aldobrandesca Fortress (XIII Century) on Mount Amiata, in Tuscany (Piancastagnaio – Siena, Italy) - ended on January 15; the show has been exceptionally extended in consideration of the great interest and attention of people amd media.  About 7.000 visitors have taken turns in the rooms of the charming manor, discovering the provocative artistic language of Roberto Alborghetti, professional journalist and... [more]

5.000 PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY VISITED ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI EXHIBITION AT THE TUSCANY CASTLE. SHOW HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL JANUARY 15, 2013  
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11/30/12 Posted 11/30/12

    Over 5.000 people have already visited “Colors of An Apocalypse”, the Roberto Alborghetti exhibition hosted in the ancient and picturesque Aldobrandesca Fortress (XIII Century) on Mount Amiata, in Tuscany (Piancastagnaio – Siena, Italy). Also in consideration of the growing interest and attention and the huge media coverage, the show has been exceptionally extended until January 15, 2013. What someone has already called the "Italian artistic event" of the latter part of the year, it wa... [more]

OVER A THOUSAND STUDENTS RUN AT THE TUSCANY CASTLE VISITING ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI SHOW / THE "REVOLUTIONARY CHOICE" TO BRING ART TO YOUNG PEOPLE  
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11/1/12 Posted 11/1/12

From an article by Marco Rossi Over a thousand students from various regions of Italy have recently visited "Colors of an Apocalypse / The Decomposed Publicity Posters", the Roberto Alborghetti exhibition going on at the impressive Aldobrandesca Fortress in Piancastagnaio, Tuscany (Italy). This extraordinary young people flow coincided with the final events of the XIV edition of “Penne e Video Sconosciuti” (Unknown Pens and Videos) a national Festival promoted by Osa Onlus and the City... [more]


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