Rusty Cool Car in Venice Beach #8 Painting by Fabio Coruzzi

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Rusty Cool Car in Venice Beach #8

Fabio Coruzzi

United States

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Size: 16.5 W x 11.8 H x 0.4 in

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Art Description

Painting: acrylic, oil pastels, gel ink, graphite on Paper.

"The evening got pink color
while car was rusting quietly
deep silence
just before the night falls
tires, rims and a little sticker
the body was rusty
the shape was cool
the place was Venice Beach"


ORIGINAL PAINTING

"Everyday I search for art through little gems hidden behind the mysterious
beauty of time and space. I know for sure that Art exist everywhere.
Art is life that would manifest itself through a series of emotions that take us to a long, unique journey.
My art do not want to represent, my art want to tell something about life, ordinary life. I hope.

During the last 5 years, I've gone through a deep research about the human habitat. I was trying to catch beauty in the everyday environment, especially urban environment. The tragedy of the obvious and overseen suddenly became beauty to my eyes.
What created all this? Humankind. \
We are the only animals on Earth that posses the unique gift of exponentially evolve our intellect. From that point, culture was born.
So, few months ago, I've started a new research for which I got deeply involved into the social commentary hidden behind history, fashion, politics, philosophy, literature, economy, media technology, popular culture, stereotypes, sports, money.
I am trying to use my art as a tool to vandalize, to spoil the fake beauty, the fake symbols, the fake principles, the fake values of contemporary society.
The intros to my work want to be a mix of real life and visual poetry.

I use mixed media because that reflects the world I am living in: all differences are connected, creating a unique texture, the perfect wave."

Fabio Coruzzi exhibited at galleries, museums and art fairs around the world.
He is represented by American and European galleries


Subjects:

Automobile

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