Ernesto Tatafiore


The Neapolitan artist Ernesto Tatafiore (born 1943 in Naples) reveals himself as a painting poet and sceptic, whose pictorial language tells of existence’s brighter and darker sides, and “(...) formulates the tension between facade and mental torment, reason and emotion, morals and misdeeds, and virtue and terror in symbolic art.” (Michael Stitz) With Neapolitan ease and grandeur the artist has thereby embossed his work with a unique stamp permitting entrance into a visually powerful and narratively multilayered pictorial world. This world of his is full of puzzles and contradictions that feed upon his distinctive interest in those breaking points of European history still influential and of fundamental importance to our collective, civil co-existence.
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Ernesto Tatafiore

September 2007

ISBN 978-3-86678-101-6

24,00 × 34,00 cm

64 pages

54 colored and 7 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English, Italian

Thomas Levy

Text by
Michele Bonuomo, Mario Franco, Alexander Sairally, Ernesto Tatafiore

The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition “Ernesto Tatafiore. Verso”, 2007, Thomas Levy Galerie, Hamburg.

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