Irreversible Magazine and Oxenberg Fine Art Exhibition of Fernando Vignoli 12/28/13

Irreversible Magazine and Oxenberg Fine Art Exhibition of Fernando Vignoli
Saturday, December 28th, from 12PM to 2PM
irreversibleOxenberg Fine Art
50 Ne 29th Street
Miami, Fl 33137

Fernando Vignoli was born in Belo Horizonte, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, on August 14, 1960. He studied at Colégio Militar (a high school held by the Brazilian Army) and concluded his high school education at Colégio Pitágoras where he majored in architectural design. He graduated in Visual Communication at ESAP Escola Superior de Artes Visuais (University School of Visual Arts). Vignoli’s oil paintings rife with passageways, labyrinths, doors and windows are swathed in light to symbolize the possibility of escape from an unwanted reality. His strict, structured childhood under the watchful eye of his father, an army captain, inspires many of his works.

Looking at his paintings, writes John Ensley Hooker, who contributed to a recent monograph about the artist, “is like walking through a labyrinth of walls painted by him. Either you end up in a dark corner without knowing where to go, or you discover a vibrant view of the artist’s soul.”

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