Fábio Baroli – 1981 Uberaba
A descendant of the genealogical branch started in Brazil by Almeida Júnior (1850-1899), produces artworks that express a worldview anchored in country living and the regional imaginary.
Traditional genres – such as portraiture, landscape and still life –blend into everyday scenes from the artist’s life in paintings with sharp and striking gestures: works that reveal traces of editing (montages, collages and interventions) that are characteristic of digital software.
Appropriation and reference to the photographic image are part of the artist’s process. Fábio lives and works in São Paulo.