As in a spell colors paint life, give body to the soul, they color the existence of magic.
They say about Massimo Zerbini
An extraordinary feature of Massimo Zerbini's works, taken as a whole, is that it seems to portray a complete imaginary world, in harmony with itself, sure of its own existence. There aren't many contemporary artists of whom the same thing can be said.
Edward Lucie-Smith was born in 1933 in Kingston, Jamaica. He is currently an internationally recognized historian and art critic, poet (member of the Académie Européenee de Poiésie, winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize), anthropologist and photographer.
Massimo Zerbini was able to focus on his definable and well-circumscribed research poetically and linguistically.
Culture Award 2004 from the European Parliament, he is one of the most original maîtres à penser and one of the most important art critics
The very personal technique used, the one in which he creates perimetres, boundaries, and within them he lets a dense but liquid colour fall, drip and expand, garantees him an originality and an identity, that are truly special. It is a style.
16 August 1931 – 18 February 2019. Was an Italian designer and architect. He played an important part in the development of Italian, Postmodern, and Radical design. He also worked, aside from his artistic career, for Casabella, Modo and Domus magazines. He collaborated with leading international brands including Cartier, Hermes,Vacheron Constantin, Swarovski, Venini, and Supreme.
Massimo Zerbini found the courage to sift through the debris of the culture of consumerism, the integrated systems of ecology, the luxuriant beauty of nature, the microscopic world of biology, the neurological structure of the human body and the banality of the world of contemporary living.
American architect associated with environmental design, innovator in architecture and design.