Gaetano Fracassio


Self-taught, in young age, he discovers, as he himself says, "the art as mental and physical needs of survival", he is interested at the music and sculpture and his research continue between photography, painting and audiovisual communication. In 1996, after having worked as a director and writer, working with major international networks, decided to devote himself exclusively to what he calls "the oldest of the arts", painting, recovering also the sculpture all-round. Lyrical and visionary artist, tells his stories with a delicate and surreal poetic, moving between painting, sculpture and photography with the same spontaneity and enthusiasm. He has participated in numerous museum exhibitions and is present in the most important international art fairs. Among the critics and curators who have written about Fracassio, we cite in alphabetical order: Andrea Beolchi, Roberto Borghi, Carlo Catturini, Jaqueline Ceresoli, Claudio Cerritelli, Raffaele De Grada, Carlo Franza, Laura Forti, Sandro Martini, Claudio Rizzi, Valeria Vaccari, Alberto Veca.