Fernando Leal Audirac.
La stagione che rimane
On 643 pages there are over 400 images and texts in English, Italian and Spanish that present the results of the artistic and intellectual research of the Fernando Leal Audirac. The book is curated by Martina Corgnati and includes texts by Lorella Giudici, Gianluca Marziani, Jorge Juanes, Marc Dachy and Martina Corgnati.
The review presents the results of the artistic and intellectual research of the painter, a refined and courageous artist, who is not afraid to compete with the most varied and ancient pictorial techniques, such as fresco and encaustic, reinterpreted and enhanced in a contemporary key.
Title: Fernando Leal Audirac. La stagione che rimane
Curator: Martina Corgnati
Language: Italian, English and Spanish
Publisher: Silvana Editoriale
Publication date: 4.03.2004
Size: 25 x 31 cm
Editor: Silvana Editoriale
About the curator:
Martina Corgnati (born 6 October, 1963 in Turin, Italy) is an art historian, curator and critic. She is a professor of art history at Milan’s Brera Academy of Fine Art. She has curated numerous exhibitions and published widely on Meret Oppenheim and other avant-garde and post-avant-garde artists.
About the artist:
Fernando Leal Audirac (born 16 November 1958 in Mexico City, Mexico) is an international visual artist, painter, sculptor, etcher and designer currently living in Milan. He is acknowledged as one of the maximum experts in historical painting techniques like fresco, encaustics, egg tempera and oil; he recovers within a contemporary view, oriented to express the essence of painterly languages.
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