Interno Notte #9 - Oil paint and mixed technique on canvas
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- Artist Cinelli Antonella
- Category Figurative paintings
Creation year 2005
- Dimensions 100 x 150 cm
- Technique Oil paint and mixed technique on canvas
The artist expresses, with an all-female sensitivity, the desire to grasp the complexity of human nature, in the intimate expression of the passions of the most contemporary humanity.
Men, women, children, are described by Antonella Cinelli's brush through the investigation and observation of conflicts, dreams, relationships towards the self and the other.
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Antonella Cinelli was born in Teramo in 1973. She graduated in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna in 1997.
Her exhibition career began in 1993 and among the various exhibitions she exhibited at the Museo della Permanente in Milan, at the Aurum Museum. of Pescara, at the Mazzucchelli Museum of Brescia, at the Marino Museum of Florence. Her works are present in several public and private collections including: Carisbo Foundation of Bologna, Vignato Foundation of Vicenza, Civic Museum of Vasto, Fabbri Foundation of Bologna and Vittoriale degli Italiani Foundation.
In 2011 she was invited to exhibit at the 54th Venice Biennale in the Italian Pavilion.