Last Friday at Galleria Moitre
in the charming city of Turin took place the opening vernissage of the solo exhibition dedicated to the Japanese artist Asako Hishiki
, now based in Bologna, where she graduated at the Art academy in 2010. Works that convey a sense of tranquility and peace, tranquility almost visceral, able to surprise even the most cynical and detached observer. Works that stimulate the intellect and introspective reflections never dull, maybe not for everyone. The artist makes the natural elements its primary and indispensable source of interpretation, in particular in this exhibition, where the main element is the rain, which takes physicality through the representation of the plant of Goggia and the Equinox flower (Higan-bana). “Trasparente crepitio” litterally transparent crackling, because it is not visible, but it’s all around us, with all its connotations and exasperation, artistically expressed with different sizes, sometimes small, quietly hanging on the walls, and other invasive, heavy, that make their presence felt with no way out.