Anna Santinello

The work of Anna Santinello was born from an unconscious desire to manipulate, dig, hurt and create again with painting and with sculpture. In this latest work, her desire is fullfilled not only with the twine of metal wires of various nature, but she is always looking for new creative espression, experimenting poor materials too and marble and bronze processing.
The artist explores the territories of the psyche and the unconscious, the mystery of birth and death, without claiming to explain what is hidden behind appearances, but with anxiety of proposing, shaking and engaging.
Her works are all presented "Untitled" because feelings or emotions of those who are looking at can be shown with absolute freedom without conditions.
Each of us has a personal sensitivity, always different, depending on their origins or culture that can be totally different one from another. it will be the observer to shere this task with the work.
By the way, to help the observer, she tries to suggest a possible interpretation.

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The work of Anna Santinello was born from an unconscious desire to manipulate, dig, hurt and create again with painting and with sculpture. In this latest work, her desire is fullfilled not only with the twine of metal wires of various nature, but she is always looking for new creative espression, experimenting poor materials too and marble and bronze processing.
The artist explores the territories of the psyche and the unconscious, the mystery of birth and death, without claiming to explain what is hidden behind appearances, but with anxiety of proposing, shaking and engaging.
Her works are all presented "Untitled" because feelings or emotions of those who are looking at can be shown with absolute freedom without conditions.
Each of us has a personal sensitivity, always different, depending on their origins or culture that can be totally different one from another. it will be the observer to shere this task with the work.
By the way, to help the observer, she tries to suggest a possible interpretation.

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Anna Santinello 

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