Albino Pitti - ‘Evdokia Art Glass’ Gallery

The ‘Mirror of the Soul’ album is the creation of a team of outstanding professionals, people with great talent who want and look!

The ‘Evdokia Art Glass’ Gallery expresses its gratitude to all of them and especially to Albino Pitti – the Man.

Our encounter with him provokes us to go beyond the limits, following the line of his art.

The Philosophy of ‘Expansionism’ Art and Reality


Art represents the concrete and the abstract, the visible and the invisible. Photography is a perfect objective imitation of reality.
With its emergence, it gave rise to a dominant current in the 19th century which initiated a discussion about identity between art and the relationship with what is real.
With the appearance of Impressionism, it is not so much the external body that is depicted as the sensation left by its perception before the mind recognizes a figure.
Finally we come to the twentieth century, when art entirely refused to examine the reality and turns to itself, to its tools, colours and lines to become abstract art or expressionism.
In the present day, the final stage of this refusal to imitate is the emergence of the next movement: ‘Expansionism’ which combines informal with abstract Expressionism.
The European world is universalised in its efforts not to imitate nature, to cross boundaries, not to limit colour and matter, and not concern itself whether it is supported and disseminated, but to be beyond reason.
Schelling says that neither natural or artistic forms should be looked upon as finished pieces that can be intermixed, but that they should be seen as dynamic forces to inspire us towards new unseen original intuitions.

This literally means being creative

Hegel and Schopenhauer unanimously write that the artist presents a pure spiritual product, which is seemingly tangible but is based on a form which only a priori is applicable to reality.

The rhythm of the work is both abstract and concrete

Hegel says that painting based exclusively on technique in the quest to achieve synchronicity, and achieve characteristic forms rather than be based on a subject is close to music.
Kandinsky asks whether this is real abstract art which has no ambition to depict figuratively or whether it is true concrete art, since it refuses to mediate between external reality and consists only of colours and lines and nothing else.

Art in Continuous Evolution

‘EX ANIMO’ (from the soul) is that artistic period whose roots lie in expansionism, but at the same time is opens to potential future changes which still preserve the original idea.

Art and Expansionism at the Evdokia Art Glass Gallery

In close time-tested artistic collaboration. The exhibits in my gallery present that happy period when compact backgrounds, bright, direct colours and forms begin to disappear from canvases. The shapes formed by a large ‘material’ roller move rapidly. The colours are transformed into an element of reflection, and the expression ‘lyrical abstraction’ expands its meaning by becoming the true identity and essence of the work.
The thrust and the elegance of the symbols, the vibrating colour, which is both structure and a lyric, are artistic connotations; in essence, they are nothing but human connotations - a visible translation of supreme elegance and intellectual energy into strict moral tension, into profound ‘expansionist’ lyrical feeling.
My works allow one to keep pace with the avant-garde currents, through the father of lyrical abstraction, Georges Mathieu. This is a philosophical ethic close to me: a complete movement, a great speed, meditation and reflection beyond the aesthetic.

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