Artist Luciano Germani’s first exhibition at the Beaconsfield Library

By Lisa Baum

From Sept. 4-29, Beaconsfield Library will open its doors to art lovers for an exhibition of work by Montreal artist, Luciano Germani. This will be the first time that he has had a public showing of his work, and will comprise many of his unique examples of digitally manipulated photographs.

While Germani is secretive regarding the specifics of how he creates his unusual graphic art, he goes as far as to explain that he uses digital imaging software to create images using layering and other techniques. His images and photographic collages are inspired by a desire to take objects, break them down and rearrange them into abstract arrangements.

Germani commented “I am fascinated by the concept of duality, the unifying theme in a large number of my compositions. It is when exploring aspects of what I see, that I can better appreciate what is before me. The recurring elements in my work serve to maintain a style and interconnectivity between often seemingly diverse pieces, yet no two completed works are alike.”

Having worked for many years at McGill University, Germani, who lives in Pierrefonds, has immersed himself in his art over the last four years, and his artistic journey culminates in the three and a half week long exhibition at which prints of his work will be for sale.

The vernissage for the exhibition will be held on Sept. 8 in the Media Room of Beaconsfield Library, 303 Beaconsfield Blvd. For more information about Luciano Germani and his unique digital collages visit his website.

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