FABIO CORUZZI

  • afamilano
  • tarzana
  • nakeride
  • west
  • rafael
  • iamnot
  • fineartisdead
  • watercold
  • windowseat
  • audience3

1 AFA A MILANO (Heat in Milan)
mixed media on canvas (screen print, acrylics, oil pastels, marker, pen, pencil)
cm 115×80
2010

2 HOT DAY IN TARZANA
mixed media on canvas (oil pastels, acrylics, water colours, pen, pencil, marker)
cm 120×85
2013

3 NAKED RIDE
mixed media on canvas (oil pastels, acrylics, water colours, pen, marker, pencil)
cm 80×55
2012

4 WEST
screen print, oil pastels, markers, acrylics, pen, pencil on canvas
cm 120×85
2011

5 RAFAEL…
Screen print, oil pastels, acrylics, pen, markers, pencil on canvas
cm 80×55
2013

6 I AM NOT
Screen print, oil pastels, markers, pen, pencil on canvas
cm 90×55
2013

7 FINE ART IS DEAD
Screen print, oil pastels, acrylics, water colours, pen, markers, pencil on canvas
cm 60×85
2013

8 WATER IS TOO COLD
Screen print, oil pastels, acrylics, water colours, pencil, pen on canvas
cm 50×80
2013

9 WINDOW SEAT IN LONDON
Screen print, oil pastels, acrylics, pen, pencil, markers on canvas
cm 50×85
2013

10 AUDIENCE #3
Screen print, acrylics, oil pastels, pen, markers, pencil on canvas
cm 80×80
2011

“…Provocative and ironic, Fabio Coruzzi’s language describes scenarios of social criticism, reflecting almost specularly the cultural reality of our metropolitan society, sandwiched, as he says, “between concrete and the asphalt”. Anonymous figures, chaotic spaces, urban life’s scenes, women and men in their working environment, athletes and hooligans at sport events, traffic of the city… Life flows incessantly within Fabio Coruzzi’s work and the author become a faithful witness of it…”?
Maria Vinella – art critic

”I wish that each painting I make should be like a poem of the place where I’ve been. I wish to become a poet of our time, like somebody would tell: “I’ve been there”, but telling that my way, telling the audience that, no matter where we are, in a boulevard or in a toilet, each single place is like an empty box that need to be filled with the intense energy of our existence. Each place leaves a mark, like a scar, inside us. I wish that scar become poetry.”
Fabio Coruzzi

http://www.fabiocoruzzi.com