Myriam Cappelletti’s works are part of a single story in which space and time become indefinite, while fragments of everyday life intertwine with the archetypal forms of a collective memory, rooted in history, myth and dreams.

A pictorial universe in which symbolic elements, not new to Christian iconography, such as the fish, the cypress tree and the tower, but also elementary forms, such as the house and the heart, run after each other, giving life to a familiar and reassuring space, allowing the artist to immediately enter into harmony with the spectator.