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Maggiorelli Giorgio

Maggiorelli Giorgio

Milan, born in 1972.He has been dedicating himself to art since 1993, going from a non-artistic education to attending the New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, where he graduated in 1997 under the guidance of Professor Claudio Olivieri.He defines his work as figurative, at times abstract, always very colorful with references to his childhood, past experiences, the inexorable nature of time and music.“Music is a big part of my life which I transfer to my work”.He uses various techniques, from oil on canvas, pastels on paper, pencils, inks, etc. His work expresses his innermost soul.Common...

Milan, born in 1972.He has been dedicating himself to art since 1993, going from a non-artistic education to attending the New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, where he graduated in 1997 under the guidance of Professor Claudio Olivieri.He defines his work as figurative, at times abstract, always very colorful with references to his childhood, past experiences, the inexorable nature of time and music.“Music is a big part of my life which I transfer to my work”.He uses various techniques, from oil on canvas, pastels on paper, pencils, inks, etc. His work expresses his innermost soul.Common objects and everyday situations appear on the surface, but this is only in appearance. He starts with football matches in completely empty stadiums mixed with watches that keep time in who knows what place, washing machines, faces, chairs, and lamps, creating a dream-like and highly symbolic dimension.His imagination does not need an explanation at all costs, because forms and colours do not use words to express themselves.Instead, the result is a hard-to-define pictorial condition strongly connected to remembering and the memory like a distant echo that re-surfaces to take on a new form, a new life, a new path.

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