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Giulia De Martino

The red in the background towards the infinity


Tecnique: Acrylic And Oil On Canvas
Lenght: 100 cm
Height: 50 cm

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Giulia De Martino

Giulia De Martino is a Sicilian painter who deals with abstract art whose works have been exhibited nationally (Turin, Rome, Udine, Monreale etc. ..). Her path began with psychology, graduated with honors in Clinical Psychology and was very inspired by Freud, the study of the unconscious and neuroesthetics. In fact, her interest in neuroaesthetics led her to collaborate with some professors of the Sapienza University of Rome and to publish the following article:
M. Boccia, P. Guariglia, L. Picciardi, G. De Martino, A. Giannini, The detail is more pleasant than the whole: Global and local prime affect esthetic appreciation of artworks showing whole-part ambiguity, “Attention Perception & Psychophysics ", 2020.
The study of neuroaesthetics has greatly inspired her for the creation of the "Primitivo" series based on color contrast and visual perception.
In addition to psychology, he draws inspiration from travels around the world, the encounter with different cultures was a fundamental phase of his artistic career. Asia is the continent that has most influenced her artistically, in fact she dedicated a series of paintings to Japan in 2015.
Currently two of his works are part of the collection of the MIIT museum in Turin and two photolithographs of the Cavallini-Sgarbi collection.
He has also received several awards from the Circle Foundation for the arts of Lyon.
He also deals with drawing but the focus remains on chromatic research, a dimension suspended between dream and inner reality. Creating a bridge with the unconscious mediate the spontaneity and immediacy of color. His paintings never have a structure that precedes their creation, it is color and the unconscious that guide it. Feeling precedes the total perception of the work.
His latest paintings are inspired by the works of Sigmund Freud such as "Discomfort in civilization", "Beyond the pleasure principle", "Psychology of the masses and analysis of the ego", exploring themes such as dissatisfaction, discomfort, neurosis and aggression in humans.

Dimensions 100 × 50 cm

Acrylic And Oil On Canvas