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Mario Loprete’s Concrete Art at the Art Exhibition “Touch”

Although not nearly as palpable as real exhibitions, online art shows are very important for the art community. Moreover, they are a sensible and required compromise considering the current situation. If a digital screen is not something that can stop your love of art, then you should definitely visit the breath-taking and sense-arousing online exhibit “Touch” organized by bG Gallery. Among many incredibly talented artists and their artworks, you will meet the innovative concrete art by the amazing Italian artist Mario Loprete.

Mario Loprete’s Concrete Art at the Art Exhibition “Touch”

Concrete sculptures by Mario Loprete

The online exhibit “Touch” at bG Gallery

bG Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Santa Monica, California. From the very inception, it has been home to accomplished artists who are not afraid to experiment with their styles and thus create many-fold authentic art. A pioneering approach and dedication to quality and originality make this place a prolific platform connecting genuine minds.

“Touch” is unique of its kind. This online group exhibition wipes the line between the artist and the viewer. It is a completely new experience that you are bound to go through. Many skillful artists, including Katharine Weber, Kory Twaddle, Matthew Lazure, Dale Voelker, and Johnny Naked, will make you sink into reverie and help you open or broaden your horizons with their artworks. Without a doubt, Mario Loprete’s concrete art works beautifully in the context of the exhibit.

Mario Loprete’s Concrete Art at the Art Exhibition “Touch”

Concrete sculptures by Mario Loprete

Mario Loprete and his concrete art

Mario Loprete is besotted with painting, through which he delivers a message to the viewers. The sculpture, though, is his lover, as the Italian artist says himself. The signature style of his concrete art is what captures your imagination since you can see how the flawed lines of the concrete figurative sculpture morph into the impeccable monolithic entity.

Two concrete artworks by Mario Loprete are now featured at the online exhibition “Touch” that runs through January 29, 2021. Do not miss it because art pieces presented at this virtual show are indeed a vital contribution to the rich world of senses.

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