The five seasons of Lina Passalacqua

(...) In reality, the most striking thing about this new cycle is the creation of a sort of fifth season that interweaves all the others, mixing the red glow of summer, the rusty tones of autumn, the snowy vapors of 'winter and the budding palette of spring, in a time out of time, which welcomes its sharp brushstrokes, the almost futuristic intertwining of perspectives and plans, imposing on us the slowness of pause and gaze. An accomplice and close look that treats the landscape as a whirlwind of shapes and colors: leaves that swell like sails, sharp branches, flaky skies, caresses of earth and shadow. Forms transfigured into memories or omens.

Danilo Maestosi, Il Messaggero, 1 May 2013