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Missagia Claudio | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography

  • Missagia Claudio | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography
Missagia Claudio
  • Italy
  • Painter

To symbolically invite the observer's mind into my creative process, I came up with the word 'Passage'. This casts the viewer afloat on my stream of inner consciousness.
Claudio Missagia is an Italian painter born in Venice in 1959. The artist set up in the South of France then moved to Paris some years ago. After obtaining a diploma in Business Administration, Claudio Missagia reconnects with his passion for art and more particularly with painting. By means of his work, the artist seeks above all to reflect his poetry and his vision of reality. The artist takes his inspiration from a variety of subjects in the composition of his paintings. For instance, Claudio Missagia makes use of the chandelier to recall his childhood days in Venice. He also paints urban landscapes like Rome and Paris, but he likes to get involved in composition of interiors and still life. Butterflies symbolise the artist's introspection, so he uses them as a subject for study and design.
Depending on his feelings at any one time, Claudio Missagia uses different types of materials. Acrylic, pastels or pencils - indeed all mediums pass through his hands. In the same way, the artist works on varying canvas bases, whether it is hessian canvas or cotton canvas. Claudio also uses coarser materials like cement to make up the background of his canvases. In this way, Claudio Missagia develops a collage technique (ancient documents; letters; cards) and accords a special place to movement. In fact, his paintings feature intermingling colours. Emanating from his works, we sense both a soupcon of serenity and an element of poetry.
  • 2017
    Participation in the Affordable Art Fair
    London, United Kingdom
  • 2015
    Exhibition at the Da Vinci Art gallery
    Paris, France
  • 2005
    Exhibition at the Hicks Gallery
    London, United Kingdom
  • 1995
    Exhibition at the Bugno Art Gallery
    Venice, Italy
  • 1959
    Venice, Italy
(114 Artworks)

114 Artworks

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