“I see my work as incorporating history through process and imagery, from ancient Roman mosaics, allegorical still-life paintings to narrative tapestry. I create counterpoints through my choice of material and image-based works that acknowledge my Italian heritage yet are also concerned with contemporary ideas of mass consumption.”

– Carmelo Arnoldin

Year of the Unicorn

by Carmelo Arnoldin

Year of the Unicorn moves between Canada and France, where Vittorio, a successful artist in his fifties, seeks inspiration in the country’s extraordinary art and culture—and release from a paralyzing obsession with the enigmatic Farah, a married woman.

Published by Life Rattle

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