Curated by Danilo Eccher, Veduta is a project combining two separate inquiries into the meaning of painting practice displayed as one exhibition set-up. It is physically divided into two bodies of work: a tribute to landscape and heritage; alpine scenery and the Milan Cathedral.

Here, the attention is turned to Milan’s Cathedral - the Duomo. Here the reference is made to studies of light by Claude Monet. Analogous to his depiction of the Rouen Cathedral, the gaze is directed onto the facade of Milan’s most iconic building. The series consists of twelve paintings, delineating the architecture in four different moments of the day: dawn, midday, afternoon and night, always portrayed from the same angle. The research is taken to extremes from a chromatic point of view; in order to intensify the transient effects of sunlight, all colour has been eliminated.