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Pietro Sacchini
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Maddalena Penitente
Photography 2020 - Fine Art Hahnemuhle - Limited edition 8 + 1
cm 70x105x1
Price 750 €
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La Maddalena penitente è una figura iconica nel panorama artistico generale. In questa personale rappresentazione, ho messo in contrasto la bellezza del corpo della Maddalena, un corpo emaciato, che seppur sottoposto alla penitenza, conserva e fa intravedere la sua bellezza. La Maddalena sfinita dal dolore penitenziale, piange lacrime d’oro segno di vero e sincero pentimento, mentre abbraccia il Cristo come a condividerne la passione circondando la Croce con fiori di Lisanthium blu simbolo di richiesta di perdono. Sotto la Croce, un teschio testimonia il passaggio dell’esistenza umana. Il colore rosso simbolo di passione e amore, è il trait d’union tra la vecchia e la nuova vita, dove Maddalena passa da una passione sensuale e un amore inteso come Eros ad una passione di sofferenza, di condivisione del dolore di Cristo, che eleva ad un Amore di Agapè. Il drappo bianco è la grazia che gli viene concessa, è la purezza che l’avvolge e la copre. The Penitent Magdalene is an iconic figure in the general art scene. In this personal representation, I have contrasted the beauty of the Magdalene's body, an emaciated body, which, although subjected to penance, preserves and reveals its beauty. The Magdalene, exhausted by penitential pain, weeps golden tears, a sign of true and sincere repentance, while embracing Christ as if to share his passion, surrounding the Cross with blue Lisanthium flowers, a symbol of a request for forgiveness. Under the Cross, a skull bears witness to the passage of human existence. The red color, symbol of passion and love, is the trait d'union between the old and the new life, where Magdalene passes from a sensual passion and a love understood as Eros to a passion of suffering, of sharing the pain of Christ, which raises to a Love of Agape. The white cloth is the grace that is granted to it, it is the purity that envelops and covers her.