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Street Art and Pop Art merges into ironic subjects inspired by cinema, music, animal world, contemporary world. The paintings are framed by ornate stamps that give a sort of universality. The paintings are inspired by song titles (for now Bowie and U2) that evoke ideas and feelings that usually do not coexist with the lyrics of the songs themselves; can inspire memories, ideas, moods, characters etc. A bit of controversy, a bit of irony, a bit of cynicism. The basis of painting often resembles a wall where anyone can make a mark and the subjects are mixed with the base but at the same time, they are pushed out.
Street Art and Pop Art merges into ironic subjects inspired by cinema, music, animal world, contemporary world. The paintings are framed by ornate stamps that give a sort of universality. The paintings are inspired by song titles (for now Bowie and U2) that evoke ideas and feelings that usually do not coexist with the lyrics of the songs themselves; can inspire memories, ideas, moods, characters etc. A bit of controversy, a bit of irony, a bit of cynicism. The basis of painting often resembles a wall where anyone can make a mark and the subjects are mixed with the base but at the same time, they are pushed out.
Street Art and Pop Art merges into ironic subjects inspired by cinema, music, animal world, contemporary world. The paintings are framed by ornate stamps that give a sort of universality. The paintings are inspired by song titles (for now Bowie and U2) that evoke ideas and feelings that usually do not coexist with the lyrics of the songs themselves; can inspire memories, ideas, moods, characters etc. A bit of controversy, a bit of irony, a bit of cynicism. The basis of painting often resembles a wall where anyone can make a mark and the subjects are mixed with the base but at the same time, they are pushed out.
Street Art and Pop Art merges into ironic subjects inspired by cinema, music, animal world, contemporary world. The paintings are framed by ornate stamps that give a sort of universality. The paintings are inspired by song titles (for now Bowie and U2) that evoke ideas and feelings that usually do not coexist with the lyrics of the songs themselves; can inspire memories, ideas, moods, characters etc. A bit of controversy, a bit of irony, a bit of cynicism. The basis of painting often resembles a wall where anyone can make a mark and the subjects are mixed with the base but at the same time, they are pushed out.
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UNDER PRESSURE Painting

ANNABELLA TALIGNANI

Italy

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.8 D in

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Street Art and Pop Art merges into ironic subjects inspired by cinema, music, animal world, contemporary world. The paintings are framed by ornate stamps that give a sort of universality. The paintings are inspired by song titles (for now Bowie and U2) that evoke ideas and feelings that usually do not coexist with the lyrics of the songs themselves; can inspire memories, ideas, moods, characters etc. A bit of controversy, a bit of irony, a bit of cynicism. The basis of painting often resembles a wall where anyone can make a mark and the subjects are mixed with the base but at the same time, they are pushed out.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.8 D in

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Graduated in Scenography at the Art Institute of Parma. Graduated in Sociology of Communication with a Master in Social Media for Journalists. Set designer, graphic designer and photographer. In 2004 he founded "Parma Magazine", a glossy newspaper that deals with culture, art and people. Annabella is an Italy-based painter and photographer whose works have been exhibited nationwide. From an early age, she had a great love for classic Hollywood movies, including her actresses and movie posters. Consequently, Talignani's works feature icons of cinema, television and music. Creating in series, he often makes pop culture references with a playful twist. His multi-layered and vibrant compositions are created using collages and decollage with acrylics, enamels and colors on canvas and playing to obtain a pleasant and curious iconography for the viewer. The artist creates portraits on commission.

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