Beatrice Zagato è un'artista italiana. Vive tra Italia e Spagna. Si forma presso la famosa Escola d’Art Massana di Barcellona e nella città catalana fonda nel 2010 il suo studio artistico. Il suo linguaggio espressivo è la pittura, la fotografia e i progetti sociali. Nel 2017 è a Londra dove vince una residenza artistica per realizzare un progetto che utilizza l’arte come strumento per generare nuove connessioni e aperture nella società, in risposta al Brexit. Il suo progetto viene accolto dall’Estorick Collection of ModernItalian Art con cui Zagato entra in collaborazione e viene esposto in diversi punti nevralgici della City. Nel 2015 è vincitrice del prestigioso Premio Internazionale Pitagora indetto dall’Unione Europea, realizzato con fondi europei, patrocinato dalla Commissione Europea e dalla Presidenza della Repubblica Italiana. L’opera vincitrice di Zagato è in esposizione permanente presso il Museo Pitagora delle Arti e della Scienza (KR). Recentemente la Fondazione Modigliani ha selezionato il lavoro di Zagato per omaggiare Modigliani nel centenario della sua morte. L’opera di Zagato entrerà da dicembre 2020 a far parte in forma permanente del Tributo Modigliani, presso il portale della Fondazione. Zagato lavora con la luce, i colori, il movimento e il ritmo. “Il colore è energia resa visibile. Il movimento è vita” – spiega. “Con la mia arte voglio trasmettere positività e energia, voglio suscitare nello spettatore una sensazione di forza”. Le opere di Zagato sono esposte in Italia, Francia, Spagna e Inghilterra. Maggiori info: www.beatricezagato.com Beatrice Zagato is an Italian visual artist. She is based between Italy and Spain. She studied at the famous Escola d’Art Massana in Barcelona and in the Catalan city she founded her own art studio in 2010. Her artistic language is painting, photography and social projects. In 2017 she was in London where she won an artist residency to create a project that uses Art as a tool to generate new connections and openings in society, in response to Brexit. Zagato’s project had been welcomed by the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art Museum of London with which Zagato collaborated. The project was exhibited in various key points of the City. In 2015 she won the prestigious International Pythagoras Award launched by the European Union, with European funds, sponsored by the European Commission and the Presidency of the Italian Republic. Zagato's work is on permanent display at the Pythagoras Museum of Arts and Science (KR, Italy). Recently the Modigliani Foundation selected Zagato's work to pay homage to Amedeo Modigliani on the centenary of his death. Zagato's work will become a permanent part of the Modigliani Tribute from December 2020, at the portal of the Foundation. Zagato works with light, colors, movement and rhythm. “Color is energy made visible. Movement is life ”- she explains. "With my art I want to convey positivity and energy, I want to arouse a feeling of strength in the viewer". Zagato's works are exhibited in Italy, France, Spain and England. More info: www.beatricezagato.com
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