Under the Patronage of Spoleto Vernissage February 14 17:00 On the occasion of Valentine's ADD-art gallery houses one of the most famous Italian fiber artist in the exhibition "HOW IN LOVE, fiber art by Valeria Scuteri" by Claudia Bottini. The artist, Turin adoption, weaving an experimental frame wire and steel, or manipulating wool and other materials with the crochet, knitting or weaving free, collects the old traditions, recasting them in the light of the contemporary. Works-installations that transform the space and tell us, combining brightness and darkness, emptiness and substance, his poetic love: First appointment, Lovers and Swallows. Valeria Scuteri creates installations within which penetrate between textures and inventions, lyricism and refined experimental techniques. In his hands, the basic structure of warp and weft expresses "love as" the tension of opposites and takes on a dimension that goes beyond the simple fabric. The artist, acts on the sensitivity of the people and is able to promote their renewal, acting simultaneously at the ethical level as on the aesthetics. Works where the weaving is alive and full of meaning, where everything is possible in order to create a new visual and tactile impact. The fiber art of Scuteri is an explosion of enthusiasm and creativity, modern Arachne shows that this ancient technique can continue to make an important contribution to the expression human. The Lovers (2008), are evanescent figures kissing naked, stripped by the look that runs through them in the absence of bodies. Top Swallows, symbol of rebirth "help their dreams take flight", writes Valeria. Swallows resting for a moment on the long wire, then return to the cozy nest. The nest becomes purse, object of seduction love how the shoes with the heel or the elegant black dress of the first event, one of the works created for the exhibition. As in love will tell us the love thanks to the poems written for these installations. The Fiber Art Valeria Scuteri intertwined plots that make up the wonderful fabric of life and love. VALERIA Scuteri was born in Stignano, in the province of Reggio Calabria, he made his debut as a painter with a solo show at the gallery Strains of Turin, starting at the same time an original and unpublished research on the possibilities of experimental textile that will lead later to be recognized among the forerunners in Italian Fiber Art. She moved to Turin at the age of nine, she graduated from art school, thence following the course of painting the Albertina and the Free School of Nude. Painter and sculptor, mature his education by attending the studio of master Piedmont Teonesto Deabate, key figure throughout his career and human. In addition to having conducted courses for image education for teachers and educational projects experimental, holds specialized workshops Fiber Art. Among these was the seminar "The fingers of Penelope", carried out on behalf of the Culture of the Municipality of Vimercate in 'eponymous project scope, and welcomed in 2012 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. To his work were devoted thesis in several Italian universities. She also speaks of the textbook of Art and Image for schools "Fine Arts, Photography and Communication" of the publishing house Petrini. Wins 1st Grand Prix Intercontinental Art City of Venice Star held in '79 at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice. Follows, in 1998 in Moncalieri (TO), Saturnio Prize for Art and Culture. In the same year, the German television chose her as the lead in Italy of a documentary about the woman and mother / artist titled "Das Ende der Mama". After several exhibitions in Italy and abroad, was invited as the only artist to exhibit at Palazzo Gonzaga Volta Mantovana and performance in the gardens, as part of "Stories of Fashion", where he received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. Currently he is working on monumental sculptures, made by weaving thousands of threads and intended to large spaces to relate between natural and artificial light following a planning creative in constant reflection between the external and internal.