Witnesses

 

Voices, faces and values. The supporters of Fronteversismo

 

Philippe Daverio (art critic, journalist, tv conductor, lecturer)

Philippe Daverio (art critic, journalist, tv conductor, lecturer)
Fronteversismo “I have never attended painting lessons, nor did I have "masters", except the ones back in school and obviously the great artists which I had the pleasure to meet: the sculptors Kengiro Azuma and Giorgio Berlini and the painter Fernando Leal Audirac.” With these words Giuseppe Siniscalchi describes his...

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Professor Onelio Onofrio Francioso (journalist, writer, sociologist, jurist)

Professor Onelio Onofrio Francioso (journalist, writer, sociologist, jurist)
The computable strength of the incommensurate spirit Suddenly, the destiny granted me the chance to reach a contemplative state in front of the paintings of Giuseppe Siniscalchi. I believe to have found there the answers to some of the questions that haunt me since when, as an instinctive user, I...

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Professor Gabriele Guglielmino (professor, art critic and historian)

Professor Gabriele Guglielmino (professor, art critic and historian)
The silent and restless figurative wisdom At first, I could not fully understand the requirements that a critical assessment of Giuseppe Siniscalchi’s works would have implied. I thought that they were simply nice paintings, made by a sensitive and careful person. I discovered only later which broad philological study was...

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Luciano Mazzocchi (chaplain of the Japanese Catholic community in Milan)

Luciano Mazzocchi (chaplain of the Japanese Catholic community in Milan)
Wa-Peace There are words that are able to express their meaning already from their pronunciation, before any dictionary explanation. Those are the words that have kept the pureness of their origin, while they are the dearest and most precious to the human heart. “Peace”, from the Latin “pax”, is for...

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Professor Marco Marinacci (art historian)

Professor Marco Marinacci (art historian)
Signs of Peace My first, fortuitous, encounter and confrontation with the poetics of Giuseppe Siniscalchi happened during an exhibition at the Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia. We were introduced one another by a friend in common, and right after having seen some pictures of his paintings on a smartphone...

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Shinji Kobayashi (art teacher and former president of various japanese museums)

Shinji Kobayashi (art teacher and former president of various japanese museums)
The painting world of Giuseppe Siniscalchi   The italian painter Giuseppe Siniscalchi is facing a series of paintings where the japanese and western traditions are mixed togheter. To talk about Giuseppe I first of all need to tell you an anedocte. I was in my third class (1950) and during...

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Simona Tomaselli (artist and assistant manager)

Simona Tomaselli (artist and assistant manager)
Giuseppe Siniscalchi The other side of the moon: the one that we never see. That is what resides in a flashing WA by Giuseppe Siniscalchi. Siniscalchi's painting is like an arcane melody, a prayer of sounds: sea, wind, leaves, drops of snow, sunrays, stars shining in the night and producing an...

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Anna Serova (violist)

Anna Serova (violist)
  «I met Giuseppe Siniscalchi as a lawyer thanks to shared friendships. In time, I discovered his exceptional artistic sensitivity and his generous hearth». «In these days, where misunderstanding and conflict is the rule, art is a way out. Art gives us the chance to feel united in a shared...

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Buzz on Twitter

Buzz on Twitter
Nina Ansary Giuseppe Siniscalchi's paintings have always had a great echo in social networks. Twitter brought Fronteversismo to the world, leading to thousands of enthusiastic messages in reply to the front/back revolution. Many of the pictures of Siniscalchi's works have been chosen as favorites by famous and important journalists, vips...

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Dr. Nina Ansary (writer, activist)

Dr. Nina Ansary (writer, activist)
Interview by Myriam Defilippi We are happy to have the opportunity of posting part of the long interview that Donna Moderna’s editor Myriam Defilippi made with the famous activist Nina Ansary, who is also a leading fan of fronteversismo.   NINA ANSARY BIOGRAPHY Nina Ansary is a scholar, historian, expert on the Women’s Movement...

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Roberto Zadik (Journalist and writer)

Roberto Zadik (Journalist and writer)
Since many years, the advocate and painter Giuseppe Siniscalchi, creates amazing pictures full of intense messages and high concepts of peace, armony and depth, fundamental, expecially in our tortured age that we are living today. Influenced by Van Gogh, Japanese art and by the contemplation of the nature and the...

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Roberto Zadik (Journalist and writer)

Roberto Zadik (Journalist and writer)
Siniscalchi's world: Messages and contents of an artistic lawyer It is a rare event to meet a lawyer that has a gift for painting. It seems so unusual to see a picture painted on its two sides, front and back, as most of the art works are painted only on...

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Paula Tooths (Journalist, producer, author)

Paula Tooths (Journalist, producer, author)
Paula Tooths was born in Brasil and lives in London, where she founded TOOTHS Communication, offering services in journalism, executive production and voice cover. She also published books and worked as a motivational speaker. On Twitter, she counts more than 2 million followers. Find out more on Wikipedia Roberto Zadik interviewed her on Fronteversismo:...

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Lori Mixson (marketing and communication expert)

Lori Mixson (marketing and communication expert)
American Interviews, Lori Mixson on Siniscalchi's art Interview by Roberto Zadik The movement "Fronteversismo" created by Giuseppe Siniscalchi and his art are becoming more international than ever. Here an exclusive interview to Lori Mixson, a renowned marketing consultant expertized in communication and business. After Paula Tooths, and Nina Ansary, another great...

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Maria Longo (Doctor and Dancer)

Maria Longo (Doctor and Dancer)
Giuseppe Siniscalchi and Mario Tantin Tantin's word represents a man with his head down on his joined hands, laying on a cane on an undefinite background of warm, earthy colors. It could be the sunset hour. The man is tired as the posture tells us, he is tired to face...

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