The catalogue collects a nucleus of recent works of the Ernesto Esposito collection: from Goldin to Coffin to Beecroft.
Paintings and pictures of about fifty authors of different generation and cultural and geographic areas
tell the everyday life and its parody, the erotism, sex, the war horrors, the social conflicts, the political conflict, the myth of the artist and the personality cult or death. A squall of images alternate in the vanity of the photographic exposure or in the hyperbole of the painting, re-writing in visual verses the “human comedy” in all his peculiarities and consonances. From the pictures of Nan Goldin to the conceptual operations of Peter Coffin, from the feminin erotism of Araki to the images of women by Vanessa Beecroft, the catalogue is a perfect integration of images and texts, short scientific files very explanatory.