Massimo Uberti is among the most relevant light-art artists and is recognisable for his peculiar employment of neon. He designs spaces which become the objective and artificial metaphor of a subjective sight, allowing the dimensions to emerge from the darkness they would otherwise remain in. He does so to reveal the architecture, the inner and outer environment of the city, both public and private, creating an estranging, subtle, esoteric impact. Uberti turns up with an important solo exhibition, entitled "Belvedere Omaggio a Giulio Romano", supervisioned by Vittorio Erlindo, from the 21st of July to the 7th of October for the monumental complex Palazzo Ducale during Mantua's Edition of the Light Art Biennale.
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