All the World’s a Stage: Patrick Locicero

Tue - Sat, through Jan 28, 11 am - 5 pm
Patricia Rovzar Gallery Downtown Seattle (Seattle)
This is an in-person event

LoCicero begins each body of work by diving into the past, often becoming enthralled with a specific time period, image or archetype that captures his imagination. In this exhibition, the artist turned his attention toward 17th century Italy in search of visual metaphors and was captured by the stock character, Pierrot. We all know Pierrot, if not by name. He is the fool, the jester, the sad clown, the everyman, whose carefree idealism is both a blessing and a curse on his endless journey. LoCicero unravels this universal and timeless character, exploring themes of comedy, theater, travel and spectacle in this lighthearted and compelling collection. In his quintessential technique of painting with paper–what others might call collage–LoCicero uses imagery from the likes of Matisse, Monet, Cezanne, and Watteau, along with other vintage ephemera.

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Patricia Rovzar Gallery

1111 First Ave Seattle, WA 98101 Venue website

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