Valeria Latorre

Joined Artfinder: June 2016

Artworks for sale: 10

United Kingdom

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    Self-taught artist Valeria Latorre was born in Cosenza, Italy.

    In 2012 she graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) with a diploma in Scenic Art for the Theatre.

    In 2011 Valeria gained a PhD in Statistical Genetics with a publication on Nature Valeria Latorre is a visual artist based in the South of Italy. Her research is on water, it is expressed through hyperrealistic paintings, photography and video making.

    Her work aims to show water in ways it is not usually seen, using different media to express the hidden faces of water. In the painting and photography work light and movement expose the shape of water revealed through image distortion. 

    In the video work dance and music express the physical features and rhythm of water.

    Philosophy and science studies support the evolution of her research which is deeply influenced by Japanese Wabi Sabi aesthetics.

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Biography

Self-taught artist Valeria Latorre was born in Cosenza, Italy.

In 2012 she graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) with a diploma in Scenic Art for the Theatre.

In 2011 Valeria gained a PhD in Statistical Genetics with a publication on Nature Valeria Latorre is a visual artist based in the South of Italy. Her research is on water, it is expressed through hyperrealistic paintings, photography and video making.

Her work aims to show water in ways it is not usually seen, using different media to express the hidden faces of water. In the painting and photography work light and movement expose the shape of water revealed through image distortion. 

In the video work dance and music express the physical features and rhythm of water.

Philosophy and science studies support the evolution of her research which is deeply influenced by Japanese Wabi Sabi aesthetics.

 
 
 
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