Andrea Mattiello is a tuscanian artist that likes to call himself 'image creator'.
He attended the school art 'Policarpo Petrocchi' in Pistoia and in the meantime, he began to make his first personal works by indulging his passion for certain artistic currents.
'Tutti uguali, tutti diversi' is one of his painting that, during the world day against the homophonia in 2018, the Municipality of Pieve a Nievole placed in the headquarters of the Palazzo.
The canvas has some butterfly silhouettes, the main element of Andrea Mattiello's 'Ombre nomadi' works, which were exhibited in the town hall from 25 March to 25 April 2018.
The canvas portrayed only white butterflies and, on the occasion of the Liberation's day of that year, citizens were able to color them (by painting one by one) in complete freedom.
A beautiful moment of reflection, emotion and sharing thanks to which the municipal administration decided to make the canvas a manifesto against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, to reiterate its dissent against discrimination of sexual orientation, underlining that every man and every woman, even if different in sexual inclinations or orientation, is equal to the others in feelings and above all in the right to be free to love whoever he or she wants.
'Long live the freedom, long live the rights, no discriminations.'