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    Lorenzo Loreprod Anzini


    “I have a thirst for knowledge and set up my working method on the continuous study of any form of art and not only. I am influenced by architecture, literature, cinema and illustration and it is only thanks to the fusion of all these elements that I have the chance to give life to what I create.”

    Lorenzo Loreprod Anzini

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    Mixed Media on Canvas

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    Interview with artist Lorenzo "Loreprod" Anzini

    FG: If you should tell someone the story of your life, from where would you start?
     

    Lorenzo: I started to draw at around 3 years old. At the age of 11 mymom bought me my first oil painting set and I never stopped. 

    FG: How would you describe your art today?   

    Lorenzo: My art is confused. Sometimes it’s brutal, grows from thestomach and explodes... I like the violence of the beasts, as well as the human condition. Sometimes I take the opposite way and I paint oniric and surrealistic landscape from my place. I live along the sea coast and I like to play with clouds.

    FG: Can you mention an artist, artwork or series of art projects that particularly influenced/inspired you in you work as an artist? 

    Lorenzo: At the age of 14 I was positively shocked by Jean-MichelBasquiat! It has been my Virgilio in the land of art. Francis Bacon too... and of course Mark Rothko, but my list is much longer because I love almost everything. Dadaism is my favourite art avant-gard art. 

    FG: What is, in you opinion, the purpose of art nowadays? 

    Lorenzo: Art is for eyes, mind and soul. I love workingaround concept and I like when art is for social communication.

    FG: What do you need to feel happy?

    Lorenzo: Just painting. Nothing else.    

       

    Courtesy pics: Lorenzo "Loreprod" Anzini







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