They say that everything is cyclical, and for the Art Povera movement, this is exactly the case. Marta Bonaventura is the perfect example of a contemporary exploration of this movement.
Her pieces are an intimate yet playful example of her life and cultural Italian experiences, interpreted into beautifully cohesive pieces that clearly portray her personality and artistic talent in a visual manner – pieces that the artist states wouldn’t have otherwise been around if she hadn’t of made a settlement in Melbourne years ago.
See how Marta translates “black and white dreams into colourful realities” when Who Said That Dreams Are Black and White? comes to Off The Kerb from May 18 – June 8.