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Geneva • Athens • Saint-Paul de Vence • Kifisia • Limassol



The International Gallery ARTION GALLERIES

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Filippo Staniscia is an Artist in the purest sense of the term. After achieving a degree in Architecture and Interior Design from the Benedetto Alfieri Art Institute in Asti, he furthered his studies at the Institute of Design in Turin, where he completed a Master’s degree in Graphic Design.


For over 30 years, he has worked as both an artist and a university lecturer. In his creations, Staniscia manages to give new life to the icons of art and exhibition, allowing them to dialogue with artistic periods and movements, with which they could never have been compared with. Hence, his art work abolishes the confines of time and space, to create a new dimension, made even more powerful by the iconographic importance of the characters portrayed. Sensations and emotions become shape, colour and matter, and are used to translate the metaphysical concept of the absolute into a visual representation, something which corresponds with his sense of faith.

His work captures your attention immediately, but what arouses deep emotions are the masterfully juxtaposed contrast between the digital tools and the warm colours, which express passionate endeavour and lyrical tension. The innovative materials used, such as plexiglas and aluminium, convey his relentless search for original forms of expression. He has collaborated with leading companies such as Petronas Lubricants Italy, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, Libero Quotidiano, edited by Vittorio Feltri, Intesa Sanpaolo Banking Group, Il Sole 24 Ore Editorial Group. His art has excelled at important Italian and international events and had been published at Mimmo Rotella Foundation.

Staniscia’s innovative digital art has also attracted interest from daily newspapers such as La Repubblica, the Wall Street International Magazine, and art magazines such as ExpoArt Magazine, Italia Arte and Artit, who have all published his work.

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