The paintings are the result of Leonardo Dainelli’s creative experimentation. They pay tribute to Cubist painters from whom he draws very subtle and refined humour, and to the rigour of Bauhaus. Two artistic influences that deeply affected the designer’s creative path. The subjects of the paintings, in fact, recall the two-dimensional portraits precious to Picasso and the designs of the German movement of the early 1900s.
The faces, geometrically disassembled and superimposed, give life to a series of stylised profiles envisioned by the concept of the exhibition that is as if they were in a queue – hence the title of the exhibition – waiting for their turn.