Alberto Repetti Artist

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“Field with Clear Sky”, Biroscape #319


Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm, April 2021

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“Today, From My Windows”, Biroscape #318


Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm, March 2021

International drawing annual 14 exhibition-in-print “INDA 14”

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“Manifest’s mission is to stand for quality in the visual arts, as well as the importance of creative research, meaningful and accessible art-based experiences for the public, deep learning outside academia, and the rigorous documentation of exceptional art for posterity.”

MANIFEST, Drawing Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
International drawing annual 14 exhibition-in-print.
. One of my drawings has been selected and has been included in the International drawing annual 2020.
“Manifest is much more than a gallery. Our organization is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit founded on Woodburn Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2004 by professors and students from area universities seeking to make a positive community impact. Manifest continues to be operated by professors, students, and working artists to this day. Our programming is divided into four balanced quadrants: Gallery (exhibitions), Press (publications), Artist Residency (support), and Drawing Center (education).”

For the INDA 14 Manifest received 1187 submissions from 353 artists from 43 states, Washington D.C., and 25 countries. The publication includes 110 works by 66 artists from 26 states, Washington D.C., and 7 countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, and Scotland. A written work by Billy Renkl is also included.
Only 5 European nations are represented and I am proud to represent Italy in this event with this ballpoint pen drawing.

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“Mater Amabilis” Biroscape 317


Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm, March 2021

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One Shape, Two Shades, One Winter


Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 42 x 29,7 cm, February 2021

Descrivere un disegno da parte di chi lo ha eseguito rischia sempre di essere autoreferenziale, per questo mi limito solo a dire che non è il risultato di un percorso casuale, non vi è ispirazione, né una particolare urgenza di rappresentare uno stato d’animo, ma solo l’intenzione di costruire un equilibrio fra ciò che voglio fare e ciò che so fare, e solo l’esercizio costante può consentirmi di aumentare la possibilità di riuscire ad ottenerlo.

Describing a drawing by the person who made it always risks being self-referential, which is why I will limit myself only to saying that it is not the result of a casual path, of an inspiration, or a particular urgency to represent a state of mind, but only the intention to build a balance between what I want to do and what I know how to do, that only constant exercise can allow me to increase the chances of being able to achieve it.

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“Dies Irae”


Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 73 x 53 cm, January 2021

An observation on the landscape as an environment under construction, like the development of a strategy game where the difficulties put in place by the person who thought of the environment must be overcome by the player.

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The human being, the designer, as a challenger and challenged and the spectator as a reconstructor of the path of signs, of all the movements that have contributed to the work.
In this case, nature, which is the recognizable element, is inaccessible except with the gaze. It is not a comforting place, nor a sky on which to look serenely. It is a place that requires a strong and motivated response from the viewer’s gaze to put together all the parts, the bushes, the small and rugged clearings, the intricate brambles, the inaccessible vegetation, or close the eyes and let everything this becomes wonderfully incomprehensible like a new language that we absolutely want to decipher.

Un’osservazione sul paesaggio come ambiente in costruzione, come lo sviluppo di un gioco di strategia dove le difficoltà messe in campo da chi ha pensato al campo di gara devono essere superate dal giocatore.
L’ essere umano, il designer, come sfidante e sfidato e lo spettatore come ricostruttore del percorso dei segni, di tutti i movimenti che hanno contribuito all’opera.
In questo caso la natura, che è l’elemento riconoscibile, è inaccessibile, se non con lo sguardo. Non è un luogo confortante, né un cielo su cui posare lo sguardo serenamente. E’ un luogo che richiede una risposta forte e motivata dallo sguardo dello spettatore, per mettere insieme tutte le parti, i cespugli, le radure piccole e aspre, i rovi intricati, la vegetazione inaccessibile, oppure chiudere gli occhi e lasciare che tutto questo diventi meravigliosamente incomprensibile come una nuova lingua che vogliamo assolutamente decifrare.

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“Leopardi’s Hedge, an Infinite Tribute”, Biroscape 309


Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm, December 2020

“Still Nature, Like An Interrupted Drawing”, Biroscape 305


Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm, December 2020

“I HEAR WHAT YOU’LL SEE YOU SEE WHAT I HEAR” 5 pieces of music (Improvisations 1 – 5) And The Nature Series Painting


The Natures Series is enriched with important elements for understanding the development of my landscape research.
The collaboration between me and Steve Somerset allowed for a live streaming on facebook where his music compositions (Improvisation 1 – 5), created specifically for this project, developed together with my paintings.

This has allowed a true connection between painting and music that take place in a definite time, giving the viewer the opportunity to witness the construction of the work of art and a better understanding of its inspiration and its project.
The five pieces of music have suggested the structure and evolution of the work and in the same way my way of working suggested the music that proceeded in unison with the genesis of the paintings.



About Landscape


My representation of the landscape is performed with the Hand, and therefore, cannot fail to be a real autopsy on nature, a priori. A search through the sign in the direction of the cause that will lead to his definitive agony and therefore to his death. This can only be attempted during the realization process because the finished work show its end and therefore its inevitable burial. But on closer inspection this is true for any object. The making of the work becomes testimony of the only possible answer that is found in the act, as long as the act lasts, after which there is a result that one insists on exhibiting as a trophy but that no longer has a breath of life. It is the late.

Dies Irae, Work in progress, ballpoint pen on cardboard, 50 x 70 cm

ballpint pen drawing landscape many brushes in front and little sign in the background. Autumn
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