Figures

[...] Within Calogero's pictorial space there is always the gaze, the observation strategy, the observation given and the one received. The pictorial figures are like posed for a photographic click, waiting for the fateful shot, but, at the same time, they are themselves under observation, as if they are peering beyond the horizon of the visible. [...]

(Francesco Gallo, da “Jean Calogero” 1985)

RICORDI 1979 dipinto ad olio cm. 60x73