"Federico Lanaro è capace di rappresentare la natura come accezione dello specchio dell'interiorità, luogo dell'esperienza dell'individuo, ansia alla ricongiunzione del Tutto."
Federico Lanaro (Rovereto TN, 1979) He graduated in 2004 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. Reflecting his personal experience of the world, his artistic works are characterized by transversal narratives and linguistic nomadism, which is mirrored in the multiplicity of techniques he employs – spanning from painting to sculpture and installation.
A core feature of Lanaro’s artistic production is the use of fluorescent colors and neat signs. The combination of these elements to represent natural elements, is an open invitation to observe the world from an unorthodox perspective. Lanaro’s simple and direct representations draw inspiration both from classical culture and contemporary graphics. Such a combination of different registers, enables the observer to infer different interpretations of Lanaro’s art, depending on personal sensitivities. The artist’s work comprehends many nuances, among which it can be mentioned sustainable art, responsiveness to green universe, hybridization between the animal and the human, between individual and the mass, the link with his territory and the interpretation of human behaviors.
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Events, Posted on 13/05/2018
Federico Lanaro's installation will create a relation between the gallery and the environment of the San Martino neighborhood.Read more
Events, Posted on 23/04/2018
Through a wide variety of signs and symbols of his works, we opened the new solo show by Federico Lanaro, "Segnali".Read more
no category, Posted on 27/03/2018
A studio visit day waiting for the solo show by Federico Lanaro at Cellar Contemporary.Read more
no category, Posted on 01/03/2018
We are back from South Africa! While waiting for spring and for the next exhibition, Cellar Contemporary brings Laurina Paperina’s waiting room at home! The project was presented at SetUp Art fair in Bologna (1-4 February 2018).Read more
by Davide Raffaelli