Two hundred and forty is the amount of artists who exhibited their works in the Perugia gallery and came from all over the country, including the Vico Equense painter Sergio Buonocore. After viewing the works displayed in the Lucarosi room, Prof. Sgarbi reported and spoke his opinion as a critic and expert, making a fair mention of the figurative creativity found in the picture of a woman by Sergio Buonocore. That was a young Sophia Loren in acrylic on watercolour canvas. The painter, with a substantial self-training past, is inspired by a nature with sunny, harmonious and colourful landscapes, his passion was oil painting but he later launched into shadows with watercolours themes, one of the most significant leitmotif of the painter.
The techniques that Buonocore uses are varied, from the most traditional to the most original: watercolour, acrylic, oil and mixed techniques. Sergio’s works can be found in many exhibitions from Positano to Venice, but also in private collections both in Italy and abroad in England, Germany and Spain. The Perugia experience was one of the strongest for Sergio Buonocore, and was therefore a great opportunity for him to showcase his art and make it undergo the severe and authoritative judgment of one of the most important contemporary Italian art critics. The contemporary art exhibition entitled “IntimArte” inaugurated on Sunday 10 September 2017 and had been open to the public until 24 September.