CDR and art

The harmonious combination of study, research and work generated and continues to generate at CDR a particular sensitivity to art, under the artistic and philosophical guide of Luciano Romoli. The unity of two cultures, the scientific one and the humanistic one, imbued with the privileged adhesive of fantasy and imagination, brought to the develop of a particular form of art that CDR produces and promotes with passion and engagement: video, images, installations, performances, architectures, interior design modules. Various forms of expression in which the artistic element converses with technology elegantly.

ANALYSIS OF ANGEL SPACE

12 December 2018

Beato Angelico and the geometrical theories have insiperd the analysis of the space in which is inserted the “Annunciazione” fresco, at the San Marco convent, in Florence. The structure comes from the study and it was inserted inside the right aisle of the Pieve di Santa Maria allo Spino, nearby Siena, in 1983.

Concoide, Fourier, Risonance

16 May 2014

It is a structure installed outside the CDR headquarters. It is the expression of Luciano Romoli’s aesthetic research starting from the reflection on three fundamental scientific concepts: resonance, studied by Huygens amongst the others, the representation of  Fourier’s harmonic functions and the conchoidal curve conceived by Nicomede.

Analysis of angel space

16 May 2014

Beato Angelico and the geometrical theories have insiperd the analysis of the space in which is inserted the “Annunciazione” fresco, at the San Marco convent, in Florence. The structure comes from the study and it was inserted inside the right aisle of the Pieve di Santa Maria allo Spino, nearby Siena, in 1983.

 

CDR supports “un maestro toscano del ‘900”

16 May 2014

On the 21st September the contemporary art exhibition on the work of Mario Romoli, opens at the villa di Poggio Reale di Rufina, Florence. The works of Mario Romoli  will be part of the permanent exhibition of the villa medicea.

contenuto crd arte

The exhibition of the most significant and important works of the Florentine artist, a prominent figure of the ‘900 Florentine painting art, was possible thanks to the fundamental contribution of CDR, from an economical and practical point of view.

The series of Romoli’s masterpieces go back over the life and the artistic research of this contemporary art representative, restless and independent.

CDR president, Luciano Romoli, summarizes the meaning of the initiative: “My friendship with Mario stimulated the realization of this exhibition, through a wide activity of direct consultancy, besides involving some company sectors.”

The setting of the event includes the collection of the museum of Wine and Vine located in the wine cellars of the villa: the museum houses instruments and machines for vine cultivation and wine production, in use between 1930 and 1960, glasses of the XVIII century, short movies, documents and photographs.