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The Venus Iblea by the designer Salvatore Piccione lands in Rome, at Palazzo Ferrajoli in which solid colors in solid colors, intense, alive, full of light have made it the master.
Creations emphasized by decorations and embroideries to discover the cuts and volumes to guide a movement that is no longer only earthly… the path of color thus becomes synonymous with contemplation and liberation.
In the most remote stories of the tradition we find female divinities, deeply tied to the earth. Deities who did not even have a name, their nature seemed so elusive and profound.
The figure of Venus Iblea emerges from these mythical creatures in the reverberations of literature. Between myth, songs and legends we still discover ancient words that invite the goddess to dress in flowers, more than there were in the fields of Etna, more than there were in the valleys of Ibla.
The atmospheres of Venus Iblea have been handed down over the centuries up to the ears of the boy Salvatore Piccione. The same child who once grown up will try to translate that image through art.
Art that has also enchanted the capital.