Alberto Di Fabio
ALBERTO DI FABIO
Fotoni+magnetismo, 2013
Acrylic on canvas
39 3/8 x 39 3/8 inches (100 x 100 cm)

Photo by Matteo D'Eletto

 

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Alberto Di Fabio's paintings and works on paper merge the worlds of art and science, depicting natural forms and biological structures in vivid color and imaginative detail. Throughout his abstract images, the artist has developed and expanded his interest in the natural world, with early works dealing with the structures of flora and fauna, as well as eco and astral systems. Di Fabio's more recent paintings have focused on genetics and DNA, the synaptic receptors of the brain, moving his work into the realm of pharmaceutical and medical research.

Alberto Di Fabio (b. 1966, Avezzano, Italy) lives and works in Rome. Solo exhibitions include Museum der Moderne Rupertinum Betriebsges, Salzburg, Austria (1996); Magazin 4, Bregenzer Kunstverein (1997); Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive, Spoleto (2011); Galleria Nazionale D'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome (2012); Mairie du 4 arrondissement, Paris (2013); and Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, London (2013). Selected group exhibitions include “The Return of Exquisite Corpse,” The Drawing Center, New York (1993); Beijing International Art Biennial (2005); National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi (2007); XV Esposizione Quadriennale d'Arte di Roma, Palazzo delle Esposizioni Roma (2008); “Elevazioni e permutazioni” Museo Ebraico di Venezia (2011); National Gallery, Dublin (2011); and Procuratie Vecchie, Venice (2013). In 2010, at the 61st Fondazione Michetti edition of the “Dante Ruffini anda Maddalena Rettirosso” Prize, founded by the astrophysicist Professor Remo Ruffini, the prize was assigned by the jury to Alberto di Fabio for his acrylic work on canvas titled “Sinapsi e galassie” (2008). Di Fabio has had six solo exhibitions with Gagosian Gallery, in London (2002 & 2007), Beverly Hills (2004), New York (2010), Athens (2011) and Geneva (2014).