There Tricromia Art Gallery in Rome presents its new proposal dedicated to the numerous tables born from the collaboration between Alessandro Bilotta And Sergio Ponchione with an exhibition entitled Bilotta & Ponchione Paradoxes and the like.
Bilotta & Ponchione Paradoxes and Similar: the exhibition at the Tricromia Art Gallery in Rome
Bilotta & Ponchione Paradoxes and the like the next will be inaugurated April 1st, visits will be for the moment by reservation only but free. The exhibition will run from 2 to 15 April.
Bilotta & Ponchione Paradoxes and the like
The paths of the two authors meet for the first time on the occasion of the thirtieth Dylan Dog Color Fest, entitled Groucho Primo. The book focuses on deep investigation and full recognition of Groucho’s character. The first unpublished story entitled The rules of comedy, is signed Bilotta and Ponchione: a small nostalgic and amusing masterpiece, which revolves around the themes of dualism, masks and multiple identities, masterfully explained from the first table, starting from which the contrast between the grotesque proportions and the most emotional concrete become the ideal means to outline Bilotta’s screenplay.
With Night time, again Bilotta and Ponchione create a real emotional labyrinth for the readers of Mercurio Loi: a dramatic and shocking episode, in which each character is prey to his own obsessions and intolerances, a slave to what has been and to a destiny that seems unavoidable. The drawings take us directly to a stage dominated by the loss of orientation and a sense of helplessness, in the arc of a black and gloomy night.
Men of the Week Vol. 1 represents the starting point of a broad and varied path: it takes into consideration numerous aspects of comic book narration, flanked by the use of a particular language, which favors a refined structure and the continuous questioning of the reality of the protagonists and situations. The graphic interpretation perfectly illustrates the metanarrative characteristics that imbue Bilotta’s screenplay; Ponchione exploits a more captivating style than usual, highlighting the dreamlike element through a series of references and references between scenes, spaces, expressiveness and points of view.