THE CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERY
The Cynthia Corbett Gallery established in 2004, is an international contemporary art gallery representing emerging and established contemporary artists. The gallery regularly exhibits at international contemporary art fairs and has an annual exhibition programme alongside collaborations with galleries worldwide. The gallery works with a number of American, British and International artists whose works have been published and acquired by major museums and institutions.
In 2009 the gallery launched The Young Masters Art Prize, a unique not-for profit competition. The prize is an international platform giving exhibition opportunities to both emerging and established artists. The Prize was founded by American Gallerist Cynthia Corbett to celebrate artistic skill and innovation with awareness of the Old Masters and the art of the past. In 2014, the Young Masters Maylis Ceramic Prize was launched to showcase the growing renaissance in ceramics worldwide; 2017 saw the addition of the Young Masters Emerging Women Artist Award.
Fabiano Parisi began his career as a photographer following a degree in Psychology. Abandoned buildings and the beauty within, are the subject of his practice today. The title of his ongoing series Il Mondo Che Non Vedo (The World I Do Not See) is from Fernando Pessoa’s poems, a hint at the historical poetics of Parisi’s work. Parisi prefers natural light, shooting before dawn, as colours and chiaroscuro are at their best at this time of day.
Parisi links to Art History through the subject of the ruin, prevalent in the XVIII and XIX centuries, updates the genre by visually commenting on contemporary decay. From Piranesi to Turner to Constable, Parisi develops this important art subject. Parisi participated in the 54th Venice Biennale, Fotografia Festival Internazionale di Roma, and 2012/2014 Young Masters Art Prize.
Fabiano Parisi is represented internationally by the Cynthia Corbett Gallery.
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