I try to capture these vague, evanescent images of the instant and put them into vivid form. Toko Shinoda
Cinzia Fiaschi Indipendent Professional of Artist Visual, Performer, Creative
Cinzia Fiaschi is an "action painter". She uses gestural abstraction to make it seem as if her creation lives and breathes. Paint is spontaneously dribbled, splashed or smeered onto the canvas, rather than being carefully applied. The resulting piece often emphasizes the physical act of painting itself as an essential aspect of the finished work. The painting is a visual extension of her thoughts and emotions in the moment.
Cinzia Fiaschi began her quest at the aclaimed Academy of Fine Arts in Florence under the direction of professor Gustavo Giulietti where she honed to great effect, a strong composition technique. After her formative training, Fiaschi matured and broadened her artistic imprint to fully evolve into an action painter and visual arts performer linking together painting, music, dance, and theater. In so doing, Fiaschi has acheived near-oneness with the true meaning of "live art" demonstrating this realization within the realm of alternative spaces, which she believes give maximum opportunity to explore the freedom of artistic interpretation. She has "performed" her art, often times incorporating crowd-participation, in such venues as town squares, courtyards, bars, dwellings and living spaces as well as in and around fountains, historic palaces, art galleries and theaters.
Cinzia Fiaschi's reach is scopious. She readily integrates and assimilates her work in partnership with theater, dance and contact improv workshops and creative laboratories. She also creates live installations for film during festivals and dance performances actualizing fluid cinematography and spot video for publication. Fiaschi's ubiquity and experimentation does not limit her, but allows her to fully embody and embrace "action painting" extracting gesture from static art as part of the journey of the emotional and the aesthetic. For years, she has demonstrated and presented this ethic at selected exhibitions at home in Italy and abroad.
In 2011 he achieves a performance of action painting, video commercials for the company ENI SpA. the pictorial work painted on canvas, belongs to' Historical Archive Eni.
After the success with the solo exhibition "Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta" made in 2013 in Certaldo (FI) in the Palazzo Pretorio and Boccaccio's house, on the occasion of the celebration of the 7th centenary of the birth of the writer and poet Giovanni Boccaccio, original painting project and performative, freely inspired by the homonymous literary work (1342/43), continues his research and intellectual artistic pictorial binding and honing their visual language and performative between various fields of Literature (historical mythological psychological poetic ect) and exploring alchemy charming new interpretations in figures milestones as Homer, Eurupide, Sappho, Ovid, Dante Alighieri, Henry James, Aby Warburg, Theodore Fontane, Silvia Plat, ect.
In 2014 during the celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the University Hospital Careggi in Florence, makes the logo of the 'Florentine Company, (work on canvas, collection Foundation Careggi). His works belong to private collections and foundations, Boscolo Hotels Banks Health Centers Eni Enel HCarteggi Nttdata Telethon University QVC ect.
The main theme of my work and in my life is to blend the elements of collaboration and participation, freedom and discipline, and harmony and contrast.
I am not typical a card-carrier; but, I am a member of two libraries, and I have a subscription to a bimonthly magazine on culture and politics. I enjoy globetrotting from time-to-time, visiting friends in foreign ports-of-call, and seeking out picturesque and eccentric locales. While traveling I tend to join up with or help create performances challenging myself as an artist and constantly staying touch with the environment in which I find myself. I like keeping things fresh and real, feeling the vibes of artistic creativity in every corner of the Earth.
I love "Beauty" and I find it wherever I look: in words, in a smile, in life energy, in breathing, in seduction, in amity and tranquility, in elegance, in simplicity, and in good taste.
I especially relish recognizing "Beauty" in love's warmth, in manners, in transparency, in consistency and truthfulness, in humility and reserve, and in the curiosity of the quotidian. I hold as personal axiom as an artist that an open mind is essential to combat hate, bigotry, frivolity, overloading, rudeness, the desire to dominate, all of which are synonyms for a bleak coveting social normality.