AREA – Flow through the colors {match with the star}

Rubinetterie Stella, alongside artists of international renown, explores the magic of water through the installation “Flow through the colors {match with the star}” during the Milan Design Week 2024. Conceived by The Meraviglia agency and designed by Elena Pelosi, this installation highlights the unique and precious nature of every water droplet, protected by the SIDE collection faucets, designed by Meneghello Paolelli. Through colors, scents, sounds, and lighting effects, this installation unfolds across five emotional spaces, each representing the remarkable color variations that water assumes in five of the world’s most unique and remote locations. Each “island” within the installation emerges…

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“Éclosion” collection. Maison Sarayan. December 15th, 2023 Marrakesh

In the vibrant heart of Marrakesh, the design concept store Maison Sarayan, in collaboration with Milan fashion expert Dominique Lunetta, proudly presents artist Florencia S.M. Brück’s “Éclosion” collection. This exquisite series stands as a testament to the seamless blend of art, fashion and design.  The collection, is a visual symphony that emerged during Brück’s sojourn in Marrakesh, composed of three (3) exquisite paintings, an artistic tribute to the botanical diversity and aesthetic richness of Marrakesh. “Naissance Rosée”, the first in the series, this piece is a tender portrayal of the genesis of life, evoking the image of dew-glistened flowers at…

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PLIAGE / FOLD

When I am folding, I am objective and that allows me to lose myself. —Simon Hantaï Folding-unfolding no longer simply means tension-release, contraction-dilation, but enveloping-developing, involution-evolution. —Gilles Deleuze The act of folding is both a concept and a formal process. Folding as action, illusion, and symbol has appeared throughout contemporary art and literature, from Simon Hantaï’s literal process of folding the canvas, dousing it in oil paint, then unfolding it to reveal inadvertent yet lyrical patterns; to Gilles Deleuze’s influential meditation The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque (1988), in which the world is interpreted as an infinity of surfaces twisting…

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Mostra “Santi Quaranta” Chiesa di San Vittore e 40 Martiri

Dal 09 Maggio 2021 al 16 Maggio 2021 MILANO LUOGO: Chiesa di San Vittore e 40 Martiri INDIRIZZO: Viale Lucania 18 EXHIBITION OPENING: Domenica 9 maggio 2021 dalle 17 alle 20Artisti: FLORENCIA BRUCK, DAVIDE GENNA E DARIO TIRONI CONCERTO: Domenica 16 Maggio 2021 dalle 15 alle 20Musicisti: GIANLUCA DE RUBERTIS, METAFURIO, VINCENZO PARISI e MILO SCAGLIONI Dal 9 al 16 maggio la chiesa di San Vittore e 40 Martiri ospita la mostra “Santi Quaranta”, un percorso espositivo ideato da Davide Genna in collaborazione con Isorropia HomeGallery. Concerto e selezione musicale a cura di Gianluca De Rubertis. I Quaranta Martiri di Sebaste, secondo le tradizioni…

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About my sculpture-painting approach.

Feb. 01, 2019. I initially apply form to the fabric in the same way I would create a sculpture and then I let particular prime in contrast with watering Indian ink arrange themselves trough the nature of gravity, the erosion, the vibrations within the waves of the canvas. Dew drops… about my sculpture-ink approach. I work with a self made medium that behaves like oil on the canvas but with a controlled drying time-frame. This particular prime in contrast with ink enables it to flow at a certain velocity that, depending on the speed and height of the folded canvas…

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Yellow

Yellow Italy (Venice), Spring 2019. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 430 W x 160 H cm. © 2019 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS).

Tension One

Tension One. Italy (Venice), Spring 2019. Ink on canvas. Size: 202 W x 363 H cm. © 2019 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS). NFT https://superrare.com/artwork-v2/tension-1-34249

BRIDGE, CHORUS, VERSE, REFRAIN, ELISION, OUTRO

BRIDGE, CHORUS, VERSE, REFRAIN, ELISION, OUTRO, Italy, winter 2019. Chinese ink on canvas. Size: 63 x 93 cm

Camporsevoli 02

Camporsevoli 02, Italy, summer 2018. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 300 W x 210 H cm. © 2018 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Camporsevoli 01

Camporsevoli 01, Italy, summer 2018. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 300 W x 160 H cm. © 2018 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Gilgamesh

Gilgamesh is the main character in the Epic of Gilgamesh, an Akkadian poem that is considered the first great work of literature, and in earlier Sumerian poems. … distress about Enkidu’s death causes Gilgamesh to undertake a long and perilous journey to discover the secret of eternal life. He eventually learns that “Life, which you look for, you will never find. For when the gods created man, they let death be his share, and life withheld in their own hands”. Gilgamesh, Buenos Aires, summer 2017. Painting, sgraffito Oil on canvas with back LED installation. Size: 120 W x 150 H…

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The pursue of abstract light.

Florencia Bruck creates her paintings using oil on canvas; she works with rubber brushes to remove paint creating multiple layers of different densities that are then lit from behind by custom LED structures. Illuminating the total surface is easy but she goes a step forward and illuminates only certain areas that allow the rich, deep colors of each layer to come alive and mesmerize the viewer. The light is controlled by a remote dimmer and the observer can adjust the intensity to his/her liking, creating a unique collaborative experience between the artist, the painting, the light and the viewer. The…

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Barolo

Barolo. Buenos Aires, summer 2014. Painting, Oil on canvas, Size: 59 H x 59 W in (150 H x 150 W cm).  © 2014 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York I went to a private party at “Palacio Barolo”, the building energy and its history got in me and from that night the inspiration of my painting “Barolo”. History Italian architect Mario Palanti was commissioned to design the building by the empresario Luis Barolo, an Italian immigrant who had arrived in Argentina in 1890 and had made a fortune in knitted fabrics. The Palacio Barolo was designed in…

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