Roman Holiday

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Artist: Rotella Mimmo Width: 70 cm
Support: Paper Height: 100 cm
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THE ARTWORK

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This Mimmo Rotella's SeriDécollage is a tribute to Roman Holiday 1953 directed by William Wyler, starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. The plot is well known. Who does not remember his escape from the palace of the lovely Princess Anne, the meeting with Joe, penniless journalist willing to do anything to get his scoop, and their wonderful day with Vespa through the streets of romantic and popular Rome? The story of a love that gives short, crisp taste of freedom and the pleasure for the small things to a princess bored by diplomatic conferences and international relations. And it is precisely because we know the film so well that Rotella, in his manifesto ripped focuses on extraneous details to the story told by Wyler. The grace, elegance and quiet sophistication of Audrey Hepburn and the defiant grin of Gregory Peck take the lead of this SeriDécollage. Their faces are framed by triangular cutouts that catch the viewer's eye leading to grasp the expressiveness of two glances. Snags lead the public to focus on fresh and spontaneous smile of a young Audrey Hepburn that leaves almost reveal the delightful naivete of an actress in her first starring role, and the confident look of a mature Gregory Peck, already known and established

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