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Vittoria Palazzolo


Biography Born in Turin in 1965, Vittoria Palazzolo lives and works in Vogogna and Verbania Intra (VCO). Her path in the world of art began at the age of 13, continued with the artistic high school and consolidated by attending for over ten years the studio of Maestro Cleo Zanello – a pupil of Felice Casorati and Almerico Tomaselli – who recognized an enthusiasm in her genuine and sincere for painting, proposing to her to become his assistant. In the meantime, Vittoria does not neglect the attendance of galleries and art exhibitions, acquiring new knowledge and enriching her own cultural heritage. Initially linked to figuration, she refines her sense of color and drawing thanks to the advice and suggestions of her Master, who teaches her how to transfer her inner world and her dreams as a woman and artist to the canvas. Abstract expressionism becomes his stylistic signature, in a mixture of colors apparently left to chance but in reality guided by energy and tenacity: his paintings infuse the observer with joy and the will to live. The subjects range from nudes to abstracts, to portraits, to figures, while the techniques vary from acrylic on canvas to high paste, charcoal, pastels, sometimes with the intervention of fire or the use of a screwdriver. Over the years he develops and creates new pictorial cycles with a process that starts with the title of the theme, continues with the title of the work and is completed with the final realization. He has participated in numerous personal and collective exhibitions in Italy and abroad. An artist who has by now carved out a prominent role in the contemporary scene.

 Present on the CAM Catalog from n. 51 to 57 Editorial Giorgio Mondadori Monograph “Mutation and Introspection” with a critical text by the Historian of Art Giovanni Faccenda. 

Editorial Giorgio Mondadori Catalog “Dogmi” Editoriale Giorgio Mondadori