Mazzacana Gallery presents the ten digital artworks created by Giulio Zanet for the exhibition Wallpapers for your phone #8, curated by Piero Chiariello. The artworks will be free to download starting at 6:30 PM (CEST) on December 4th 2021, and they will become available upon payment at the end of the event – January 4th 2022 – or after 500 copies downloaded.
Colors have great power. They are evocative. They comfort. Convey. Zanet, through his paintings, look for a way to amplify their ability to communicate positivity, happiness. He studies a system to distill harmony from chaos, to find a meaning, a balance, a compositive effectiveness, despite not having the certainty of fully reaching it. His relationship with painting is truly intimate, his art practice is a way of being in the world, a continuous attempt to understand it.Piero Chiariello, curator of the exhibition.
Giulio Zanet was born in 1984 in Colleretto Castelnuovo (Turin), now he lives and works beetween Milan and Correggio. Since he graduated at Brera Academy in 2006, his artworks have been exhibited in various galleries and public areas in Italy and abroad, including: Istitut Francais-Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan, Pinacoteca Civica in Como, Galeria V9 in Warsaw, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea in Palermo, and Fonderia Artistica Battaglia in Milan. He participated in several artist residences (Finland, Germany, Spain) and he was a finalist at Premio Lissone in 2012, and at Premio Cairo in 2017.