This artwork is part of a collection based on 15-months of ethnographic research that I conducted in Nepal in 2018-2019. It portrays a man called Krishna lost in his thoughts. This painting speaks to the vulnerability and resilience of a Nepali middle class.
Painting:Oil on Canvas
Size:23.6 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
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BIO Originally from Italy (Palermo 1991) and currently based in Australia, I am an expressionist painter working at the intersection between the social sciences and the fine arts. ARTIST STATEMENT I see the canvas as an ‘heterotopia’, using a term by Foucault, another world within this world, mirroring and yet upsetting what is outside; a space of experimentation in which the constructed mechanisms of social life are revealed as in a photographic negative. INSPIRATIONS I am inspired by Chagall, Schiele, Paula Rego, Berthe Morisot, Paula Modersohn-Becker, and Sicilian artists Renato Guttuso and Gianbecchina. Many of my works are based or influenced by my fieldwork research in Nepal and Australia, and by the social world were I grew up in Palermo. TECHNIQUES AND OUTPUTS I am prevalently a figurative painter. My practice involves studio work and exhibitions, as well as teaching, academic publications and creative writing. Since 2022 I have started to sell my work on Saatchi art.
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