Solo exhibition of the Italian artist Antonella Zazzera opens at Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger

On the occasion of the Paris Gallery Weekend 2019, Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger launched a new solo exhibition of the Italian artist Antonella Zazzera, whose work is also on display until June 28 in the exhibition TISSAGE TRESSAGE quand la sculpture défile à Paris ! in the Espace Monte-Cristo Fondation at the Villa Datris in Paris. Antonella Zazzera was born in Umbria in 1976 and attended the Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia, from which she graduated in 1999. Passionate about chiaroscuro and its capacity to model forms across light, she began by making numerous pencil copies of the paintings of Caravaggio. Her first important works from the end of the 1990s are her three-dimensional Rilievi. They are constructed either of layers of sedimented gesso notched onto a wooden base which lay out the space, time, and gestures of the artist,On the occasion of the Paris Gallery Weekend 2019, Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger launched a new solo exhibition of the Italian artist Antonella Zazzera, whose work is also on display until June 28 in the exhibition TISSAGE TRESSAGE quand la sculpture défile à Paris ! in the Espace Monte-Cristo Fondation at the Villa Datris in Paris. Antonella Zazzera was born in Umbria in 1976 and attended the Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia, from which she graduated in 1999. Passionate about chiaroscuro and its capacity to model forms across light, she began by making numerous pencil copies of the paintings of Caravaggio. Her first important works from the end of the 1990s are her three-dimensional Rilievi. They are constructed either of layers of sedimented gesso notched onto a wooden base which lay out the space, time, and gestures of the artist, […]Read More

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