Among dreams and strange landscapes here is “At the Crack of Dawn”, the new series by Millo and on display until the end of May at Thinkspace Projects in Los Angeles.
In his first exhibition in America he will present different works but maintaining as always his style, depicting these huge white subjects halfway between deep sleep and wakefulness.
The new exhibition is focused on the dream, in “At the Crack of Dawn” the Italian artist gives the word to his unconscious images that cross the nights.
“There is a fleeting moment when dreams remain alive. All my new work comes from there, as unconscious feelings passed through the haze of shadow to the glimpse of light, giving form to what is silent.”
With his colors, with his art, Millo goes through these dreams, these strange awakenings and is able to transform them into something unique. His sympathetic inhabitants float above their urban environments immersed between dream and reality.
His outsized and often clumsy characters are confined to an urban habitat that forces them to invent new ways of living, in an urban setting that is a hidden critique of today’s inhuman and gray cities.
After conquering Italy, the Italian artist also debuts in America, an important milestone that certifies, once again, his immeasurable talent and vision. Here are all the works of the series “At the Crack of Dawn”.