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Our work is based on a few essential values that we have synthesised in a manifesto for the new art: “Trust”, “Passion”, “Experience”, “Responsibility”, are some of the key words that inspire Liquid Art System as business and cultural centre. However, we are sure that before all things there is the magnificence of beauty, the awe and emotion caused by the work of art.
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Well-known internationally, the artists represented by the Liquid art system span the various genres of contemporary art: painting, sculpture, photography, video, and mixed media. Each has his own style, but together they share the search for beauty, color, and visibility.
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Umberto Ciceri

Born in Milan in 1961, Umberto Ciceri lives and works between Barcelona and Bologna.
artworks
Height 50 cm - Width 50 cm
2023
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2023
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2023
Height 215 cm - Width 160 cm
2023
Height 110 cm - Width 210 cm
2022
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2023
Height 50 cm - Width 50 cm
2023
Height 50 cm - Width 50 cm
2023
Height 50 cm - Width 50 cm
2023
Height 80 cm - Width 80 cm
2023
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2016
Height 110 cm - Width 50 cm
2018
Height 110 cm - Width 50 cm
2018
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2016
Height 50 cm - Width 50 cm
2016
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2019
Height 50 cm - Width 50 cm
2014
Height 170 cm - Width 110 cm
2019
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2019
Height 80 cm - Width 80 cm
2016
Height 80 cm - Width 80 cm
2019
Height 51 cm - Width 51 cm
2014
Height 51 cm - Width 51 cm
2015
Height 51 cm - Width 51 cm
2015
Height 100 cm - Width 100 cm
2016
Height 80 cm - Width 80 cm
2015
Height 80 cm - Width 80 cm
2015
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2022
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2022
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2022
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2021
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2018
Height 110 cm - Width 110 cm
2022
Height 80 cm - Width 80 cm
2022
Umberto Ciceri
More about Umberto Ciceri
Umberto Ciceri is one of the leading artists of the new kinetic art at international level, a kind of art which is based, on the one hand, on the 1970s historical theorizations and, on the other hand, on the most recent studies on optics and on the most up-to-date technology related to these studies. The latest production by Umberto Ciceri – defined “kinetic nano-impressionism” – focuses on the abstract-analytical part, by delving into the chromatic experimentations characterised by the authorial and unique use of lenticular surfaces; the outcome is beautiful and has a great effect, artworks that wonder about the “perception” in general, but investigate the operation and limits of our eye in particular. Equally powerful is the most figurative part that Ciceri has continued to explore during his long career, by achieving the rarefication of the movements of the characters activated in his works, figures that only exist in the little space of the lenticular surface: ballerinas mostly, who dance in a state of absolute grace, whose pirouette is triggered by the viewers who, before the artwork, are forced to repeat their movements over and over again to enjoy the view.