The exhibition is comprised of diptychs of trees as well as abstract paintings, which share the same language. Paired together, Caracciolo’s newest paintings rhythmically flow, creating a visual meditation on the four seasons.
The paintings examine the process of scattering and then recomposing as learned by observing nature. Like petals thrown in the air, gathered and falling again.
The paintings embody both a romantic painterly touch as well as a rational rigor. Taking
the example of Morandi, Caracciolo explains,“don’t shout, say something quiet, that is who I am.”