Fabrizio Biviano

In the series Come Back Baby, I Want to Play House With You (2016) Biviano pits common place plastic shopping bags filled combination, in conjunction with the hastily applied paint, simultaneously speak of consumption, fragility and disposability. The narrative isnʼt exactly clear but in these paintings there is swaying between hope and disappointment – a tussle better the potential promises of tomorrow and the mistakes of the past.

 

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#A38 Hot Flamingo, 26 x 36.5, Oil on canvas, 2016

 

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#A338 Wing Commander, 26 x 36.5, Oil on canvas, 2016

 

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#A35 Calypso Cherry, 26 x 36.5, Oil on canvas, 2016

 

Place Other People Have Been, Matchbook watercolor studies, 2015

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Matchbook studies 624 (SOLD), 9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015

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Matchbook studies 625, 9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015

Matchbook studies 626, 9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015

Matchbook studies 627 ,9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015 (SOLD)

Matchbook studies 628, 9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015,

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Matchbook studies 629, 9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015 (SOLD)

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Matchbook studies 630, 9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015 (SOLD)

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Matchbook studies 631, 9 x 12, Watercolor, 2015 (SOLD)

 

Australian artist Fabrizio Biviano has a preoccupation with notions of spent time. Drawing inspiration from the traditions Dutch still life painting and personal experiences, he uses the objects of daily life to produce self referential work that seek to examine investments of time, loss and consumption.

 

– Please check out more of Fabrizio’s work here.

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