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Patrizio Vanessi


Patrizio Vanessi

The young Patrizio Vanessi (Legnago, 1953) faces the swirling world of art, attending studies by artists from different backgrounds: from the Figurative to the Abstract, from Poor Art to the Transavantgarde. Over the years he studies and researches languages ​​and communication techniques that are distant from each other that distinguish and characterize his artistic phases. Such research has led Vanessi's artistic career to prominent personalities in the national artistic scenario such as Sergio Ermini (discoverer and promoter of Arte Povera), Guglielmo Achille Cavellini (entrepreneur, artist and collector) and gallery owners such as Emilio Mazzoli and Massimo Minini.
In the 80s he joined an important Canadian Gallery (Artcore Gallery), directed by the Italian-American Fabrizio Marcolini, and, thanks to this collaboration, his works are exhibited in various fairs and galleries in the cities of Milan, Bologna, Turin. , Basel, Toronto, New York, Miami, Prague, Cologne.
In the 2000s he began his experience with the digital world, photography processed on the computer and printed on Ciba up to the manipulation of plastics, plexiglass and PVC. In 2013 a historical archive of his works was created.
April 12, 2019 Exhibitions Im-Perfect, with retrospective Tratti e Ritratti from 1995 to 2019 - at Artantide - Verona.
March 5, 2020 Apocalypse - Art seals CoronaVirus - multiple work (performance - video - work - poetry).