Born in Mirandola in the province of Modena Nina Razzaboni grew up peeking at her aunt in her studio. By imbuing himself with the aromas of oils and sinking into the colors, his curiosity towards the world of visual arts and towards that special alchemy that arises between canvases and colors, between visions and matter, has been increasing. Only after moving to Rome did he begin to study art, attending the Lorenot Art School of Maestro Loris Liberatori between 1995 and 2000. It has always been fascinated by the great works of Renaissance masters in which the harmony of shapes and colors lead her to a creative research that sees the encounter between a classical aesthetic and a contemporary feel. Thus appear in his works, among draperies and portraits with delicate faces, the typical writings of writing art. Di Picasso admires the taste for the decomposition that leads her to work in modules. During the 1990s, he deepened his NLP studies according to Betty Ewards' research. The relationship between art and the functioning of the brain becomes the topic of several courses held in Rome. Here he experiments with the upside-down design that allows a different look at his own work because the left hemisphere of the brain does not immediately recognize the forms and the right hemisphere, the artistic-creative one, is therefore able to work with greater immediacy.
Vernissage Monday 21 Oct 2019 | 18:30