Nature. The art of Marzio Tamer
The exhibition "Nature" - at MUSE from April 16 to September 25 - is an itinerary through the variety of techniques (from watercolour to dry brush, from tempera to oil and much more) used by Marzio Tamer to represent the truth of nature: animals, plants, details of landascapes, atmospheres and seasons.
Tamer is a naturalist painter who, with an almost scientific precision, fixes on painting the imperceptible details of nature: the light‘s reflection on water, the texture of grass, the surface of stones, the bark of trees. This artistic accuracy catches the attention of an heterogeneous public: the art experts recognise the creative energy and the ability in activating new balances in composition, audacious details of perspective and photography, the enthusiasts of painting techniques take interest in the extraordinary ability and versatility. Naturalists, biologists and fauna observers are captured by the ability of representing the most authentic and natural aspect of animals.
The exhibition, curated by Stefano Zuffi and Lorenza Salamon and supported by Inaz (president Linda Gilli) illustrates through 40 selected art works divided in themes - animals, landscapes, stones and still life - the artistic path executed in these years by the artist who, art work after art work, "created an extended and concrete project" now shown in an incisive way, thanks to the clear ease of the set-up studied by Michele Piva and to the precise selection of the works executed by Zuffi: each one able to give voice to a phase, a theme, a new direction.