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Interview: Patrizia Fazzari

Art, Interviews | May 6, 2015 |

003Image courtesy of Patrizia Fazzari, Chromatic Chopin

Interview: Patrizia Fazzari

Luca Curci talks with artist Patrizia Fazzari during LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH exhibition in Venice.

Patrizia Fazzari is an Italian photographer and graphic/web designer freelance currently living in Siena. Her work is mainly based on architectural and landscape photography.

Interview Patrizia FazzariImage courtesy of Patrizia Fazzari, Pierce the Light

Luca Curci – Your work has just been exhibited during LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH exhibition in Venice: can you talk about your personal experience in Venice with International ArtExpo?
Patrizia Fazzari – I attended the opening in Venice and I was very pleased with the venue and the arrangement of my artworks. I also had the opportunity to talk with some of the other artists and it was very stimulating to share opinions about our work. I can’t say that I have any particular preference. The performances were all interesting and the evening was enjoyable. I especially liked the atmosphere that has been successfully created.

Interview Patrizia FazzariImage courtesy of Patrizia Fazzari, Camden Style

L. C. – Can you talk about the artwork you presented in Venice? How is it linked with the festival’s theme?
P. F. – Three of my photographs were exhibited during this event: “Urban Reflector”,
“Delicate as Steel” and “Pierce the Light”. All these works explore the close relationship between urban architecture and human presence through the use of light. This is the main element and this is used to create and delimit the contour of the surrounding labyrinth.

Interview Patrizia FazzariImage courtesy of Patrizia Fazzari, Like a Fish Out of Water

L. C. – What are you currently working on?
P. F. – In this period I am developing a project about the stunning Val d’Orcia landscape. This awesome place is a Unesco heritage site and has already been immortalized by the painters of the Sienese school. Therefore it represents an immense source of inspiration for any artist.

Interview Patrizia FazzariImage courtesy of Patrizia Fazzari, Dark Reverberation

L. C. – What is art for you?
P. F. – To be honest I don’t like to define abstract concepts and put a label on art.
Like Georges Braque said “The only valid thing in art is that which cannot be explained”.

Interview Patrizia FazzariImage courtesy of Patrizia Fazzari, Liquid Dream

L. C. – What do you think about International ArtExpo organization?
P. F. – It ‘s an organization that gives artists the opportunity to exhibit their works in various gorgeous locations and gain valuable exposure and feedback for their art.

L. C. – Do you think International ArtExpo organization can represent an opportunity for artists?
P. F. –  I hope so!

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