Reveiws from art critics. Intestazione introduzione

Grand opening of show room in Milan

by Philippe Daverio

Once again history is about to turn another page. Every time this happens, style changes and evolves while discovering new parameters. Style often rediscovers paths that may have existed in the past but were hidden. And this sets off the energy as the discovery unfolds.

The urban language

by Domenico Montalto

The concept of art always slips a little depending on the times and cultural atmosphere. This is happening now more than ever due to the  unbalanced art market, creating confusion and disorientation. As we know, art is a language that communicates the profound sense of life.

Rivadossi, the philosophy of wood

by Vittorio Sgarbi

If his furniture were  to be interpreted like models to be reproduced on a grand scale, which his work absolutely lends to, Guiseppe Rivadossi  would be one the greatest architects of our time.

Pussy wood

by Luca Doninelli

The sculpture of GR anticipates the observers reaction and does not allow one to walk a suggestive road. He prevents that journey through the size of his pieces, whose main characteristic is to occupy the entire space thus forcing one off  the road and blocking the journey.

The tales of the earth

by Antonia Abattista Finocchiaro

Giuseppe Rivadossi’s message is remarkable indeed. In a world exasperated by  existential isolation and extreme individualism he looks for and offers a channel of communication.

Festival dei Due Mondi catalogue presentation

by Giovanni Testori

Some pieces of furniture, although beautiful, can only communicate detachment and lack that “sense of belonging” to our lives; others, equally beautiful, communicate the exact opposite: a feeling of closeness and of total belonging.

A mysterious journey to the source of the universe

by Flavio Arensi

Giuseppe and I walk among the graves of Săpânta in Cimitirul Vesel, among colorful headstones and images of lost existences, like in Spoon River. Both of us burdened by regrets and sins yet to be atoned for; step after step we see faces carved on wood.  

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