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About the artwork
In Velato, Parisi depicts a human-like face which has been constructed by revealing elements of a person with geometric cutouts. The partial face looks at the viewer, but due to the strategically placed removals, it is up to each person to decide what the figure's expression would be if the entire face could be seen.
Vinicius Parisi “Velato” was one of the 18 artworks displayed in July and August of 2020 at the “DriveThru.Art” exhibition which took place in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The concept was that people were able to look at artwork from their cars which allowed them to safely avoid contracting the virus. This event was publicised in major media throughout the world, organized by Luis Maluf Art Gallery.
U$ 300 + tax and shipping
16.5 x 11.7'' | 42 x 29,7 cm
Print 02/100 signed by the Artist
Printing on Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 200g
Visual artist Vinicius Parisi graduated from Universidade de Presbiteriana Mackenzie and started his artistic work more than ten years ago moving through the areas of industrial design, fashion and architecture. Often Parisi uses the female figure as a vehicle for his ideas and he utilizes many different types of materials such as concrete, wood, tile and glass to put together the image. Vinicius Parisi's artistic research is guided by the application of dynamic shapes and structures in juxtaposition to the human body. Since 2015, Parisi has participated in collective and individual exhibitions throughout Brazil and abroad.
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