Anna
Pavone

1989, Sassuolo (MO)

THINGS I LOVE I’M ALLOWED TO KEEP (2014)

The world is full of love that goes unspoken. It doesn’t mean that it is felt less deeply or that separation leaves a cleaner wound. Its beauty… and its pain are in its silence. Some of us are not blessed with revelations or confessions. Love cannot be spoken, only shown. And everything that makes the heart beat must be hushed.

Call the Midwife

It’s the smallest and most discrete gestures that have the greatest resonance. The video sets out to discuss this and this brief yet heartfelt action; it speaks of care experienced as a need, perceived as an urgency, like an essential little rite, an absolutely universal experience, not exclusively female.

Works

Anna Pavone, Things I love I’m allowed to keep, 2014
Anna Pavone, Senza Titolo, 2012, diptych, inkjet print, 40×13 cm
Anna Pavone, Senza Titolo, 2012, diptych, inkjet print, 40×13 cm