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P19, 2019, enamels on drywall, 243×417 cm

Retracing the Milanese tradition of collaboration between architects and artists for decoration of entrance halls of buildings, the edifice P19 designed by Carlo Donati Studio has become a source of inspiration to connect architecture and painting.
The broken lines and the chromatics of the two buildings of Via Palermo 19 in Milan have been translated into a pure composition of forms and colors through a process of abstraction.





Abstract patterns created by Marco Petrus

Folding Shade

A room divider with a brass frame. Model hand painted by the artist.

Stripe Shade

A room divider with a brass frame. Model printed on wood.

Shade Flexion

A room divider with a brass frame. Model printed on non-woven fabric.

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“Upsidedown” 2011: limited edition.
A Tibetan carpet hand-knotted by Nepalese artisans, Shakti quality, with wool spun and combed by hand.

“Sequenze” 2011: fifty details of Italian buildings.
Tapestry woven by Flanders Tapestries (Belgium), 143 x 190 cm., 12 colours: acrylic, cotton, wool silk. The work reproduces and conserves the memory of the painting of the same name; an installation shown at the Padiglione Italia, the Venice Biennale, 2011.