So at first Andrea Ventura seems to lead us on familiar territory with his "Nudes" painted in classical style. There are nude women lounging on chairs and sofas, naked couples resting under trees or wrestling in the water. The represented scenes have an allegorical allure and are inspired by traditional academic poses. Brush stroke and coloring are reminiscent of the modern masters, Matisse, Cezanne, Corinth, Kirchner, Beckmann, who rebelled against the dogmas of academic painting with there very own versions of powerful, yet intimate nudes. At second glance, Andrea Ventura's paintings deal with very contemporary emotional issues: the loneliness of the Facebook generation, the burden of making a relationship last, the weary frequent flyers paradise Basically, what we see are fantastical dreamscapes in which the viewer feels miraculously at home. This is particularly true for the freely-composed "Interiors", empty rooms, sometimes inanimate exterior views that convey the strange feeling you have been there before, drinking, eating or sleeping in those very same rooms - only when and with whom?
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