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Romagna native, Nicola Samorì, is a part of an unique breed of artist who destroy their work in order to make it even more beautiful. Taking time to paint each piece in a Baroque style before partially destroying them with a brush, palette knife, or scalpel, Samorì seems to be displaying a correspondence between creation and destruction . The collection of works are currently showing at the Kunsthalle Tübingen through December 21st.

“Maddalena”. (Courtesy of Nicola Samorì.)

“Monk”. (Courtesy of Nicola Samorì.)

“L’oro Galleggia”. (Courtesy of Nicola Samorì.)

“An Altar”. (Courtesy of Nicola Samorì.)

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