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Fabrizio Corneli (Florence, 1958) studies at the all’Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence and later attends the DAMS of Bologna. The initial interest in photography leads the artist to develop a particular and unusual research, where, through the relationship between light and shadow, he obtains images on the edge of their readability; in fact, the observer’s reading is deliberately not immediate and tends towards a perceptive universe where there is no predefined sense. His works are thus structurally sound and conceptually ephemeral. He exhibits for the first time in 1979, in the exhibition Le alternative dell’uomo, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome. Numerous solo and group exhibitions are displayed in Italy and abroad, and the various permanent installations in Italy, Belgium, Germany and Japan allow him to be internationally recognised. In the 1990s, he spends a long period in Germany, where he creates the first solar installation Augenblick, Kolner Stadt-Anzeige, followed by the first anthological exhibition at the Parkplatz in Kunstverein Graftschaft Bentheim, Neunhaus. Among the different public and private spaces that show interest in his original work, we also mention: Villa Celle, Pistoia; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sapporo; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo; Sannomya Tower, Kobe; Etrans, Laufenburg, Basel; Villa La Magia, Florence. He takes part in the Rome Quadrennial in 1986 and 1996. Over the years, he lectures on his work at prestigious universities, such as the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, the Università di Architettura, Florence, the Università di Storia dell’Arte, Siena and the Kunstverein Graftschaft Bentheim, Neunhaus. He currently lives and works in Florence.

Selected exhibitions
2021
AccrochageStudio Trisorio
2019
Fabrizio CorneliStudio Trisorio
2014
Fabrizio Corneli. Tra l'infinito e lo starnutoGalleria Anna Marra
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Guarda, 2019

Stainless steel, chromed iron and brass, brass, led
74 4/5 × 31 1/2 × 15 7/10 in
190 × 80 × 40 cm
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Location
Naples
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Fabrizio Corneli (Florence, 1958) studies at the all’Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence and later attends the DAMS of Bologna. The initial interest in photography leads the artist to develop a particular and unusual research, where, through the relationship between light and shadow, he obtains images on the edge of their readability; in fact, the observer’s reading is deliberately not immediate and tends towards a perceptive universe where there is no predefined sense. His works are thus structurally sound and conceptually ephemeral. He exhibits for the first time in 1979, in the exhibition Le alternative dell’uomo, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome. Numerous solo and group exhibitions are displayed in Italy and abroad, and the various permanent installations in Italy, Belgium, Germany and Japan allow him to be internationally recognised. In the 1990s, he spends a long period in Germany, where he creates the first solar installation Augenblick, Kolner Stadt-Anzeige, followed by the first anthological exhibition at the Parkplatz in Kunstverein Graftschaft Bentheim, Neunhaus. Among the different public and private spaces that show interest in his original work, we also mention: Villa Celle, Pistoia; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sapporo; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo; Sannomya Tower, Kobe; Etrans, Laufenburg, Basel; Villa La Magia, Florence. He takes part in the Rome Quadrennial in 1986 and 1996. Over the years, he lectures on his work at prestigious universities, such as the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, the Università di Architettura, Florence, the Università di Storia dell’Arte, Siena and the Kunstverein Graftschaft Bentheim, Neunhaus. He currently lives and works in Florence.

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