Veronica Botticelli

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ITALY, 1979

Veronica Botticelli has her aesthetical roots in the “School of San Lorenzo”, set in Rome during the 90s.
Her works highlight a difficult equilibrium between colour and design, between reality and imagination, between autobiography and objective analysis, in the synthesis of a tale that encroaches into virgin territory, though it seems familiar. The figures stand out against the density of the stroke, the object is isolated, alienated from its habitat to live in an articulated system of signs dictated by the artist’s instinct and imagination.