Alessandro Rech

alessandro rech

Location: Italy

Alessandro Rech born in Rome on 20/03/1977.

University Degree of first level in Industrial Design
specialization Innovation of process and product
vote: 110/110 with praise (2000),
University Specialistic Degree in Industrial Design
and Visual Comunication vote: 110/110 with praise (2004)
University of Studies of Rome “La Sapienza”

of National Art Competition:
Competition Giacomo Manzù “THE FEMININITY” 2004;
Jury: Maurizio Calvesi, Gianni Terrazza, Giulia Manzù, Inge Manzù, Zoe Paolini,
Lorenzo Zichichi.
Editor: Federica Calandro
Collettive exibition

Winner of 2° PRIZE
Jury: Paolo Balmas, Angelo Capaso, Pino Casagrande, Linda de Sanctis, Patrizia Ferri, Concetta Ilardo, Antonella Ninci, Pietro Mercandelli, Marco Stancati.
Editor: Pino Casagrande
Collettive exibition

Author of ART Issue “THE RENDERISME” 2006;

Collettive exibition “THE MIRROR DOESN’T LIE” 19 May – 19 June 2007
Gallery Domus Sessoriana S. Croce in Gerusalemme Square Roma
Editor: Antonietta Campilongo

Collettive exibition 10 Jenuary – 20 April 2008
Gallery “il Riquadro” V.le Regina Margherita 92 Roma
Editor: Maurizio Lo Noce, Giuseppe Purificato

Collettive exibition “GRAAL GLASS 2008” 10 September 2008
With realization of the own project selected from Gillo Dorfles
Of a calyx
Palace Ca’ Rezzonico in Venice
Editor: Gillo Dorfles - Trieste contemporanea

Collettive exibition “GRAAL GLASS 2008” 12 December 2008
Stazione Rogers a Trieste
Editor: Gillo Dorfles - Trieste contemporanea

Collettive exibition
Gallery Cassiopea Via Basento Roma
21 Febraury – 5 March 2009
Editor: Anny Baldissera

Collettive exibition Endemica Gallery
in Via Modena 14 Roma 4/04/2009 - 25/04/2009
Editor: Giulio Fabbrini

Collettive exibition “glass touch”
European design for the artigianal glass
from the Collection of Competitions Trieste Contemporanea
Bassano del Grappa - Palazzo Agostinelli
17 April - 14 June 2009
Curatore: Franco Jesurun

Collettive exibition "DE INDUSTRIA" 2009 – 3rd edition
with art lab
19 July - 30 August 2009
Fermignano (PU) Museo dell'Architettura

Collettive exibition "The Great Book of Graphic Arts”
10 April - 20 April 2010 Sala ex Poste del Palazzo dei Pio, Piazza dei Martiri, 68 Carpi (MO)

Collettive exibition "Varco attivo”
18 September - 25 September 2010
Gallery “Collezione Saman”, Via Giulia 194/A

Collettive exibition “The flight of Pegaso”
the silent voices
Istituto Superiore di Sanità 18 - 28 February
2011 Viale Regina Elena 299

Collettive exibition “quelqu'uns”
26 March - 28 April 2011 Via Modena 14 Roma Curatore: Giulio Fabbrini

Collettive exibition “anfratti 3”
9 June – 24 June 2011
Infernotto Via del Pigneto 33

Collettive exibition
“The world and the things between Art, Photography and Fashion”
29 October - 29 November 2011
spazioespanso Via dei Bergamaschi , 60 Roma

Winner of 1° PRIZE
presented at BARFESTIVAL 2005 of RIMINI.

Winner of 1° PRIZE
“THE GLASS TO USE” presenteted at ALTARE (SV)


Oil Paintings

La Maison des Anges “La Maison des Anges”

Oil on canvas with multimaterial applications

The Kiss “The Kiss”

Oil on canvas with multimaterial applications

6_04_2009_L'Aquila “6_04_2009_L'Aquila”

Oil on canvas with multimaterial applications

Follow me if U can “Follow me if U can”

The work "Follow me if U Can", shows a summer animator who, despite his physical limitations, is able to entertain, motivate and entertain, a group of ladies intent on following her, on the notes of a summer dance. His doing is his art, but also the example to follow, to always be oneself, in a world that wants to be approved, making the differences that harmonize us with nature and our being disappear. For this reason, the kite flies without wires, free in the sky, finally clear, showing a show that is above all a harmony of life.

Il Pelé del Quadraro “Il Pelé del Quadraro”

This picture is inspired by a sad story that happened in the mid-90s in a neighborhood in the southern suburbs of Rome. The story concerns the mysterious disappearance of a young boy (Luca Amorese) known as "Il Pelè del Quadraro" for his great ability in the game of football. One day in November 1994, Luca tells his father that he will go out for a ride on his moped, but he will never come home again. Not seeing him return home, his parents decide to file a police report. After a series of investigations, his moped is found inside the home of an old junk dealer (Elvino Gargiulo), already known for his criminal record and his time in prison. That was the spring that blew the plug of Pandora's box which enclosed a series of unimaginable horrors, for which no one was and will never be prepared. In fact, they discovered terrible violence by the junk dealer towards his own children; the daughter was raped and made pregnant and the son was also raped in the same way. Forced to eat mice, to be rented out on time, they lived on the fringes of society, and soon became rotten branches capable of extending this madness on command based on their father's perverted wishes. The daughter was removed, but the son Mario remained and as expected, took part in a key role in the story. During the investigation it was discovered that Elvino and his son Mario had hosted a woman and her nephew for a certain time. The woman was suffocated by Mario who confessed to the crime, while the little girl was killed with an iron bar from the junk shop. Both, with the coldness of real human butchers, armed with a saw and axes, cut the bodies of the two unfortunate women to pieces. A part of the remains was certainly thrown in the garbage and a part was burned in a small well in the garden (in fact, some bones of a woman aged between 47 and 57 were found). At this point one might wonder... but Luca? Luca or his remains were never found again and his disappearance, his absence are and will always remain a real cry of pain towards the institutions that shelved the story in a short time making it disappear from collective memory. Elvino was arrested and died in prison (probably killed by the inmates, as he used to brag about certain criminal acts) and Mario having served his sentence, was entrusted to social services. Can you disappear? You can disappear into thin air; become like the air? Yes. When you're nobody, when you don't have a family behind you and you're transparent like blue glass that hides nothing from anyone. So fragile, so delicate. Your young and harmonious thoughts are shipwrecked in your soft hair, while your naive gaze is lost towards the horizon, which for you has never been full of white clouds shaded with sweet colors, but of dying trees and rotten walls forever they will cry out the ferocity of life never fully lived.