Angela Vigorito was born in Montano Antilia, in the Cilento area, in the province of Salerno, on 24 August 1958. She approached art in 2008 out of sheer curiosity and pastime, attending courses in painting over the years. Soon the production of works inspired by abstract expressionism began, where with the power of the gesture, the use of color with both hands and the fluctuating writing creates intimate and vital shapes and images, which seem to go beyond, the space of the canvas .
But it also lets itself be carried away by formal rigor, by the informal and with poor materials, scraps and residues together with glues, woods, plaster, resins, assembles forms and rewrites stories.
Useless objects, lost returning, take new shape and remain forever, nothing is lost but everything is transformed, transfigured.
Between two worlds, light and shadow, life and death, one inside the other and sometimes the two styles merge and finally subside.
– Participations and Exhibitions:
He participated in the free theme exhibition organized by the municipality of Rimini, in 2009. At the group exhibition at Artemisia in Rimini, in 2011.
At the traveling exhibition in the province of Rimini, dedicated to the Marvellian year, in 2014. At the group exhibition 20×20 at the De Marchi Gallery in Bologna, in 2015. He participated in the ContemporaneArt project, at Bijar, in Rimini, with a personal exhibition, in 2016. At the exhibition “from the face to the soul” three artists in comparison, at Palazzo Mediceo in San Leo (RN) in 2016.
At exhibitions “And you call him love” with the group “artists x case” at the women’s home in Rimini, in 2016 and 2017. At the exhibition “the art on stairs” at Duomo Rimini hotel, in 2017. In 2018 together to the artistic group MARIC which is part of the exhibitions at Palazzo Fruscione in Salerno, Casina Reale di Persano and the Archaeological Museum of Nola.