Fernando Chamarelli

Fernando Chamarelli comes from Brazil. This provenance is very present in his art: traditional South American geometry meets tropical colours in pieces that consist of thousands of small elements making sense as a whole. Chamarelli’s work is featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, “UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect.” […]

Biography / Fernando Chamarelli

Fernando Chamarelli comes from Brazil. This provenance is very present in his art: traditional South American geometry meets tropical colours in pieces that consist of thousands of small elements making sense as a whole. Chamarelli’s work is featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, “UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect.”

Quantum Physics, String Theory, Multiverses – not your everyday street-topics. But topics brought to life in the paintings, murals and illustrations and installations of Fernando Chamarelli. His artworks are graphical, colourful renderings of kaleidoscopic fractures that invite the viewer to lose himself in artistic micro universes, just before taking a second look and getting a glimpse at the whole picture. A trained graphic designer, Chamarelli uses geometry, traditional symbolic elements as well as a very modern colour-palette to achieve paintings that communicate a message of interconnectivity.

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