HURRAY! I HAVE ONE OF THE TOP 5% MOST VIEWED @LINKEDIN PROFILES FOR 2012!

  Breaking news! I received an e-mail from LinkedIn saying:  “Roberto, Congratulations! You have one of the top 5% most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012!” I am honored to be ranked among the top LinkedIn profiles. Many thanks for checking me out, searching for me, reading the content I produce about my “Lacer/actions” Art Project. I… Read More HURRAY! I HAVE ONE OF THE TOP 5% MOST VIEWED @LINKEDIN PROFILES FOR 2012!

THE AESTHETICS OF DECOMPOSITION: “THAT “BEAUTY ZONE” WHERE THERE IS AN OPTIMAL MIX OF ORDER AND DISORDER”

© ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI – LACER/ACTIONS, Images of Torn and Decomposed Publicity Posters and Urban Signs *** Fellow blogger Nannus (Andreas Keller nick name) – see his blog Asifoscope– found my Lacer/actions pages and wrote some interesting comments about my works which represents, as you know, torn and decomposed publicity posters and urban tokens. I’m pleased… Read More THE AESTHETICS OF DECOMPOSITION: “THAT “BEAUTY ZONE” WHERE THERE IS AN OPTIMAL MIX OF ORDER AND DISORDER”

SIGNS OF A CITY : AN UNUSUAL (AND PUBLIC) “ART INSTALLATION” IN THE VERY HEART OF AMSTERDAM…

I usually catch my “Lacer/actions” – Images Of Torn and Decomposed Publicity Posters and Urban Tokens – in the most strange places of the world. But what I recently saw in Amsterdam city centre is really interesting. Near the Royal Palace and Magna Plaza Shopping Center, there was a big iron container in which workers… Read More SIGNS OF A CITY : AN UNUSUAL (AND PUBLIC) “ART INSTALLATION” IN THE VERY HEART OF AMSTERDAM…

IT’S NOT A PAINTING! IT’S A CORROSION FROM A RAILWAY CARRIAGE… – LACER/ACTIONS POSTCARDS # 22

* “DANCING BRANCHES?” LaceR/Actions Project Realistic and not manipulated image 2012 CANVAS/MIXED MEDIA CM.70X50 * This picture doesn’t come from a ripped publicity poster on wall or display. It’s a particular of a corrosion I saw on a flank of  a railway carriage.   This image  (reproduced on canvas ) was displayed at Roberto Alborghetti Show (“Colors… Read More IT’S NOT A PAINTING! IT’S A CORROSION FROM A RAILWAY CARRIAGE… – LACER/ACTIONS POSTCARDS # 22

THE LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTS SHOWROOM: A PERMANENT EXHIBITION ABOUT IMAGES OF TORN AND DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTERS

***   ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI LACER/ ACTIONS PROJECT * THE LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTS SHOWROOM Realistic Images of Torn and Decomposed Publicity Posters Permanent Exhibition – Italy SIZE OF FRAMED WORKS: CM 70X50 *** “LaceR/Actions”is a multidisciplinary project and research about urban signs and landscapes, especially concerning the apparent chaos of ripped and decomposed papers from billboards and… Read More THE LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTS SHOWROOM: A PERMANENT EXHIBITION ABOUT IMAGES OF TORN AND DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTERS

NEW VIDEOCLIP: THE APOLOGIA OF REVOLT AND RESTLESSNESS IN 30″

*** Roberto Alborghetti ‘s collage made with waste-paper from torn and decomposed publicity posters. “The Apologia Of Revolt and Restlessness” 70×50, 2012 “Lacer/actions Project” Soundtrack: “You Listen” by John Hinter jr, Jonathan Slott, Nicholas Seeley. Collage di Roberto Alborghetti creato con frammenti di carta lacerata proveniente da manifesti pubblicitari strappati e decomposti. Misure opera: 70×50, 2012.… Read More NEW VIDEOCLIP: THE APOLOGIA OF REVOLT AND RESTLESSNESS IN 30″

TESTING MATERIALS: A COAT OF RESIN ON A LITHO PRINT REPRODUCING A MACRO PHOTO

 I love to mash-up different techniques and materials. I think contamination is the base of my “Lacer/actions Project” (my realistic images are reproduced on canvases, textiles, lithographs, a.s.o.). I like to test, as I did on a lithographs prints series from my collection. I have spread a coat of resin on the whole paper surface.… Read More TESTING MATERIALS: A COAT OF RESIN ON A LITHO PRINT REPRODUCING A MACRO PHOTO

100 DAYS IN THE MEDIEVAL TUSCANY FORTRESS: SCENES FROM “COLORS OF AN APOCALYPSE” SHOW – THE CLIP

*** By Marco Rossi “Colors of An Apocalypse” – the Roberto Alborghetti exhibition hosted in the ancient and picturesque Aldobrandesca Fortress (XIII Century) on Mount Amiata, in Tuscany (Piancastagnaio — Siena, Italy) – ends today after 100 days. The show has been exceptionally extended due to the great interest from people and media.  About 7.000 visitors have taken turns in… Read More 100 DAYS IN THE MEDIEVAL TUSCANY FORTRESS: SCENES FROM “COLORS OF AN APOCALYPSE” SHOW – THE CLIP

OVER A THOUSAND STUDENTS RUN AT THE TUSCANY CASTLE VISITING ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI SHOW / THE “REVOLUTIONARY CHOICE” TO BRING ART TO YOUNG PEOPLE

by Marco Rossi Over a thousand students from various regions of Italy have recently visited “Colors of an Apocalypse / The Decomposed Publicity Posters”, the Roberto Alborghetti exhibition going on at the impressive Aldobrandesca Fortress in Piancastagnaio, Tuscany (Italy). This extraordinary young people flow coincided with the final events of the XIV edition of “Penne… Read More OVER A THOUSAND STUDENTS RUN AT THE TUSCANY CASTLE VISITING ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI SHOW / THE “REVOLUTIONARY CHOICE” TO BRING ART TO YOUNG PEOPLE

DREAMS HANGOVER / COLORS & SIGNS OF A DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTER – LACER/ACTIONS POSTCARDS # 16

* “Dreams Hangover” LaceR/Actions Project Realistic and not manipulated image Canvas/Mixed media, 68×46 Location: Amsterdam, 2012 * Roberto Alborghetti ‘s LaceR/Actions is a multidisciplinary project and research about the apparent chaos of ripped and decomposed posters and urban/street signs. Transferred on canvas, reproduced on lithographs or textiles (as pure silk), or scanned in videoclips, the… Read More DREAMS HANGOVER / COLORS & SIGNS OF A DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTER – LACER/ACTIONS POSTCARDS # 16

COLORS & TANGOS (IN THE NIGHT) – VERSES BY MEREDITH DEERHEART, ARTWORK BY ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

* Verses by Meredith Deerheart + Roberto Alborghetti artwork (from his Lacer/actions Project, Images of torn and decomposed posters).  Soundtrack: “Montreal” by KJ Sawka More at: http://healingminds.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/the-rest-of-the-story/ https://robertoalborghetti.wordpress.com/2012/05/11/dreams-laceractions-therapeutical-haiga-1-by-meredith-and-roberto-alborghetti/