Between Blood and Painting: The Art Without Eyes of Nicola Samorì

Born in 1977 in Forlì, in Emilia-Romagna, Italian artist Nicola Samorì describes his work with an exclusively tormented approach. In fact, in each artwork, sculpture or painting, he harbors a strong and restless sensitivity that takes shape every time he confronts a figure. His work was shown at with EIGEN + ART (Berlin/Leizpig) at this year's Art Basel, and his artistic vision from childhood to the present has - quite clearly - matured, refined by his training at the Accademia Belle Arti Bolo...

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