At the Wunderkammern gallery until October the 9th, the Vibrations exhibition by the internationally renowned artist, awarded the Legion of Honor of the French Republic, JonOne

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After the solo exhibition Niente Può Fermarmi at Palazzo Velli (Rome, 2018) JonOne returns to Italy. At the Milan venue of Wunderkammern Gallery (2, Nerino street), the energy of John Andrew Perello’s unpublished canvases made especially for the exhibition Vibrations explodes. John Perello aka JonOne’s aim has always been to make viewers vibrate in front of his works. This is even more relevant now that the world regained a pace of life similar to that before the health crisis. The artist does not let them calmly observe his paintings from left and right, but he desires to surprise their gaze to help them perceive the sensations that art can offer. Vibrations presents a series of new works that the artist has conceived as veritable explosions of colour. Perello has enclosed within them both the Caribbean chromatic universe of his childhood and the energy necessary to control the flow of gestures required to create his works. What all the canvases in the exhibition have in common is an extraordinary energy, a vibration, an uncontainable thrill that springs from the artist and animates the white surfaces through the pictorial material, the intersection of the lines and the calligraphy. The combination of these elements, if it strikes the right notes, makes the viewer vibrate with emotion. Vibrations is also a reflection by an established artist on his own identity and on the ability of human beings to look in the mirror, to evaluate their own path in the attempt – not always successful – to remain true to themselves. In the works exhibited in Milan, in fact, one can glimpse the path of the artist, who mixes New York graffiti and Abstract Expressionism in a very personal language, creating unique canvases full of colour Info:

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