Tempo senza Tempo. Sculptures by Enzo Carnebianca at the Village of Merrick Park

barbara | marzo 31st, 2012 - 10:30

Village of Merrick Park announces partnership with Galleria Ca’ d’Oro with “Tempo Senza Tempo” featuring the Art of Enzo Carnebianca.

--Carnebianca’s work can be found in the prestigious collection of the Vatican

On Thursday April 5th, the Village of Merrick Park and Galleria Ca` d’Oro will unveil “Time without Time” a solo exhibition of the sculpture of Italian artist Enzo Carnebianca.   This exhibition inaugurates a partnership between Merrick Park and Ca` d’Oro for an on-going presentation of public artwork to be enjoyed in the beautiful center garden area.

Coral Gables Mayor Jim Cason and Italian Consul General Adolfo Barattolo will be present bringing into focus the vibrant “south side” of Coral Gables.   Kerem Kayser, General Manager of Merrick Park, and Gloria Porcella, owner of Galleria Ca` d’Oro, will welcome the artist, Enzo Carnebianca, who is here from Rome for the occasion.

Galleria Ca` d’Oro is an art gallery based in Rome whose Miami Branch is just across Ponce from Merrick Park.  Galleria Ca’ d’Oro opened in December 2010 in Miami with the unforgettable Pink Snails.  The proximity of the Italian Consulate in the Collection Building on Ponce, and Merrick Park form an alternative area in Coral Gables rich with possibilities for visitors and residents alike.

We are delighted to be working with Kerem Kayser and our Italian Consul General Barattolo.  We all work close to each other and have seen such amazing changes in the area.  I chose this area to open the Miami branch of the gallery because of the Italian consulate and Merrick Park, a beautiful place where people will love to come when they visit.  We all believe that adding art for the public to enjoy will bring people together.  Enzo Carnebianca has his work in the Vatican in Rome and now you can visit Merrick Park and see it right here in Coral Gables!” said Gloria Porcella.

About the artist:

Italian artist Lorenzo Carnebianca lives and works in Rome.  His style has been identified as an intriguing surrealism, his half-divine beings recall both past times and future ones, expressing a knowledge of western cultures reminiscent of folk memories of lost civilizations.  He has authored some unforgettable works that can be found in prestigious public and private collections around the world, including the Vatican, which features 4 of his works in their “eternal” collection along with Italian masters Michangelo, Rafaello, Donatello, Canova.


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