This series of artworks entitled CARTACANTA (in English “down in black and white”) suggests several meanings. It’s the artist’s personal vision which reports our current human condition particularly referred to Africa and topics such as immigration and integration.
The use of toponymic maps is a metaphor of human loneliness and the universal inclination to selfishness and intolerance

Graphite, varnish and acrylic paint on canvas

30x40cm | 11,8″x15,7″

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Category: Visual art Artists: Mario Conte