Fabio Coruzzi, ‘Soaked Jubilee in London’, 2015, Artspace Warehouse
Fabio Coruzzi, ‘Soaked Jubilee in London’, 2015, Artspace Warehouse
Fabio Coruzzi, ‘Soaked Jubilee in London’, 2015, Artspace Warehouse
Fabio Coruzzi, ‘Soaked Jubilee in London’, 2015, Artspace Warehouse
Fabio Coruzzi, ‘Soaked Jubilee in London’, 2015, Artspace Warehouse

Fabio Coruzzi merges painting and photography into one imaginative image that offers a new outlook on an otherwise ordinary urban scene. His artworks represent an authenticity unlike any other: layered, textural, controversial, open to imagination, colorful, personal, and inspiring.

Fabio Coruzzi used acrylic paint, oil pastel, watercolor, ink and screen print on canvas to create this one-of-a-kind original artwork. Shipping of this artwork within the Continental US (including insurance) is an additional $250. We offer free delivery within Los Angeles County. Affordable global shipping options are available. A certificate of authenticity hand hanging hardware are included.

Fabio Coruzzi was born in Foggia, Italy in 1975, and currently lives in Los Angeles. He merges painting and photography into one imaginative image that offers a new outlook on an otherwise ordinary urban scene.

Fabio Coruzzi is interested in the urban environment: the city, a town, a village - precious sources for human development and evolution. “Like any large metropolitan areas, London’s urban environment represents the jungle in which human being is finding recovery for its neurosis. It’s a melting pot of different gestures, different perspectives. Mixed media mold together these different perspectives, creating the urban environment. Contemporary culture is made of controversy: modernity includes ugliness, imperfection, and contamination, anything that creates texture.”

Fabio Coruzzi’s artworks represent an authenticity like any other: layered, textural, controversial, open to imagination, colorful, personal, and inspiring.

"I wish that each painting I make should be like a poem of the place where I've been. I wish to become a poet of our time, like somebody would tell: "I've been there", but telling that my way, telling the audience that, no matter where we are, in a boulevard or in a restaurant, each single place is like an empty box that needs to be filled with the intense energy of our existence. Each place leaves a mark, like a scar, inside us. I wish that scar becomes poetry."

“…Provocative and ironic, Fabio Coruzzi’s language describes scenarios of social criticism, reflecting the cultural reality of our metropolitan society, sandwiched, as he says, “between the concrete and the asphalt”. Anonymous figures, chaotic spaces, urban life’s scenes, women and men in their working environments, athletes and hooligans at sport events, traffic of the city... Life flows incessantly within Fabio Coruzzi’s work and the author become a faithful witness of it…” -Maria Vinella, art critic

This artwork is wired and ready to hang. The sides are painted by the artist, and it does not require framing. Hanging hardware and a certificate of authenticity are included.

2015 New York Affordable Art Fair – New York
2015 Pop Art Shakeup – Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles
2014 Why War? – The Freud Museum – London
Affordable Art Fair Hampstead – London Papergirl Belfast - PS2 House - Belfast
Affordable Art Fair Battersea, London – Bicha Gallery
London Art Fair – Bicha Gallery
2013 AAF Singapore – Bicha Gallery
Sound Sight Exhibition – Shaw Gallery, Trinity School – London
Affordable Art Fair Battersea – Bicha Gallery
Cityscapes – Medici Gallery – London
Affordable Art Fair Stockholm – represented by Bicha Gallery
Not A Drop – 4749 Tanner Street Gallery – London
Going Underground - Shoreditch Town Hall Basement – London
AAF Hampstead - Bicha Gallery
21st Biennale of Humour and Satire – Gabrovo Museum - Bulgaria
People in Motion – Artspace Warehouse – Los Angeles
AAF New York - Bicha Gallery
AAF Hong Kong - Bicha Gallery
Commonplaces – The Hackney Cut – London
AAF Brussels - Bicha Gallery
London Art Fair – Bicha Gallery
2012 Art For All – Medici Gallery – London
Affordable Art Fair – Singapore – Bicha Gallery
ELP group show – Galleria Ostrakon – Milan
Affordable Art Fair – London – Bicha Gallery
Affordable Art Fair – Stockholm – Bicha Gallery
Printhaton – Foreman’s Smokehouse Gallery – London
Affordable Art Fair – New York – Bicha Gallery
Alimentum s.p.a. – Fondazione Banca Del Monte di Foggia – Italy
Waiting for the Sun – solo exhibition – Bicha Gallery – London
2011 Qijiang International Print Festival – Chongqing – China
Affordable Art Fair – Bicha Gallery – Battersea – London
Human rights? – Opera Campana dei Caduti – Rovereto - Italy
Fishwick Papers – The Smokehouse Gallery – London
MAGNET OPEN ART PROJECT – Concord, New Hampshire – USA
RARITIES – Hastings/Brighton
13 ELP Annual Exhibition – Triangle Gallery – London
Show Me The Monet – Royal College of Art – produced by BBC
Dreams – The Freud Museum – London
LightBite 2011 – Nottingham – UK
Type/Script – Chapel Gallery – Ormskirk
2010 Artisti Mitteleuropei 2010 – Casa della Cultura – Calitri(AV) – Italy
Wishing – ArteOra Spazio Arte Contemporanea – Foggia – Italy
The Public Are Not Invited – The Nottingham Workshop - UK
ELP Box Set 2010 Launch – 242 Gallery – London
6×4 Postcard Exhibition – Yorkshire ArtSpace – Sheffield
Link – ArteOra Gallery – group show curated by Maria Vinella – Foggia – Italy
Penang International Printmaking Exhibition – Penang State Museum – Malaysia
Freud Experience – solo exhibition – Freud Café Gallery – London
A Suite of Lighted Rooms – Pushkin House Centre for Russian Culture- London
Acqua Bene Comune – Foggia – Italy
Twelve – Space Gallery – London
Print for Peace 2010 – Arte AC Tecnologico Institute – Monterrey – Mexico
Prize Winner – “Copertine al Tratto” 2010 – Subway Edizioni – Milan – Italy
C’era una volta Pasolini – group show – Galleria Terre Rare – Bologna – Italy
F.A.C.T.S.– Center for the Study in Political Graphics – Los Angeles – USA
London Fashion Week – MariaFrancesca Pepe collection – Somerset House – London
2009 The Grand Plasto-Baader-Books – Kaleid Gallery – London
Alexandria MiniPrint Biennal – Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference Center – Egypt
Segni 20×20 – Micro Macro Gallery – Turin
One Night Only – group show – Shoreditch Town Hall – London
Quijiang International Print Festival 2009 – Quijian – China
Eco Art Project ’09 – Rome
IMPACT Centerpiece 09 – SpikePrint Studio – Bristol
Pasquale Siniscalco Gallery – Milan
Estetica 09 – Church of S.S. Annunziata – Calitri (AV) – Italy
Premio Spazi Evasi ’09 – Francavilla al Mare (CH)
Unplug – Solo show – EstremaDura Café Gallery – Verbania – Italy
Eleven – ELP Group show – Banside Gallery – London
Ex Libris – Group show – Meliusz Center – Debrecen – Hungary
2nd Guanlan International Print Biennial – Guanlan Museum – Shenzen – China
Biennial of Humour and Satire in the Arts – Museum of Humour and Satire – Gabrovo – Bulgaria
Sorry If I’m Not in Line – Factory-Art Contemporanea – Trieste
Ex Libris Mini Print Biennal – Sint Niklaas Dienst Museum – Belgium
CDO’s and Double Clubs – August Art Space – London
Adreanlina 09 – Former Jewish Fish Market – Rome
Wonderland – Brothers Grimm Museum – Kessel – Germany
Vigna degli Artisti 09
2008 Light One Night – Group Show – ArteOra Gallery – Foggia – Italy
Temptation – Group show – Cupola Gallery – Sheffield
Urban Jungle – Group show – London City Hall
Orange Calls Italy- Shortlisted for the final group show – PolarExpo Space – Bergamo
ArteIngenua Second Act – ArteIngenua prize 08 – Guido Iemmi Art Studio – Milan – Italy
Concorso Fumetto Giovani 2008
Jury Prize – illustration – Museum of Modern Art – Foggia – Italy
Second Impressions – Romford Art Institute – Essex
E17 Art Trail – Kelmscott School – walthamstow – London
Sustainability – Latajaka Gallery – Warsaw – Poland
Wonderland–Deutsches Maerchen und Wesersagen Museum – Bad Oeynhausen – Germany
Lessedra International Mini Print – Lessedra Contemporary Art Gallery – Sofia – Bulgaria
Evento MUSAE 08 – Museo Urbano Sperimentale Arte Emegente – Tourism Palace – Jesolo (VE)
Decarbonart – Greater London City Hall – London – curated by Katja Rosenberg
Art Fusion – Live painting performance – The Hub – Aldgate East – London
I Am Ten – Bankside Gallery – London
2007 Tetovo IV International Biennial – Museum of Tetovo Area – Republic of Macedonia
Dontpanic Design Exhibition – 93 Feet East – London
Less Common Event – The Arts Gallery – Bond Street – London
Shortlisted for San Fedele Visual Arts Prize – San Fedele Gallery – Milan – Italy
Media Poster exhibition – DontPanicMedia – Cargo – Shoreditch – London
Museo Urbano Sperimentale Artisti Emergenti – Motta Monte Corvino – Italy
PROPAGANDA III WORLD TOUR 2007 – START SOMA gallery and CSPG Center for the Study of Political Graphics Los Angeles – Phoenix Hotel – San Francisco
World Annual Print Show – Lessedra Contemporary Art Gallery – Sofia- Bulgaria
Triangle Artists Open Studios – Arts Unwrapped 2007 – Hackney – London
Innovative –Don’ t Panic Media, Playstation Season – Manchester International Festival 2007
PRE:CURSORI 2007 –Aragona Castle Museum Gallery of Taranto –Italian Ministry of Culture
Illustration group show – Literature Department Gallery – Florence University
Draw Drawing 2 –Foundry Gallery – Shoreditch – London – London Biennale 2006
2006 Italian Factory 2006 – Finalist in the competition – Casa del Pane Gallery – Milan
XHIBIT ’06 –The Arts Gallery – Holborn – London
Alhambra Café Gallery – Aldgate East – London
Secuestro Express – ICA Institute of Contemporary Arts – London
Cinderella’ s shoe – Ascoli Piceno – Italy
2005 In the city: Eye for Art –Curator Space Gallery – London
From here to here – London Design Festival – London
Those Who Wonder –London College of Communication – London
Ofcom Office of Communications– Riverside House Southwark – London
2004 The Sound of Print – Symposium – Victoria and Albert Museum – London
Ad Fab – Solo painting exhibition – Red Gate Gallery – London
Berlin Design Mai–In collaboration with Shift Magazine – Germany
Conversation – London College of Communications – London
2003 Ichiza Project – in collaboration with Crossroad Works LTD – Tokyo

Signature: This artwork is signed by the artist on the back.

About Fabio Coruzzi