CHARLES FAZZINO CELEBRATING THE ENCHANTED ISLAND OF SINGAPORE AND #SG50
World-renowned pop artist Charles Fazzino visits Singapore for the first time to launch an exhibition to celebrate the nation’s jubilee year (#SG50). Bruno Gallery Singapore presents THE COLORS OF SINGAPORE, a 3-D artwork exhibition by Charles Fazzino.
Fazzino’s The Colors of Singapore: A 3-dimensional Artwork Exhibition is taking place at the Bruno Gallery Singapore from 27 May to 14 June 2015. It features Fazzino’s iconic artworks on major cities and places including Manhattan, Broadway, London and Paris. Also on display is a specially created artwork to celebrate Singapore’s 50th anniversary. The piece, Celebrating the Enchanted Island of Singapore, captures all the major iconic symbols and landmarks that have made Singapore famous worldwide including the Merlion, Singapore Zoo and Marina Bay Sands.
Ms Aleksandra Lis, General Manager of Bruno Gallery Singapore, said, “We are very glad to be able to curate such an extensive range of artworks from Fazzino. His works are already very popular with art collectors worldwide and we are very excited to be able to welcome him to Singapore, and present the special Singapore piece to collectors here.”
As the creator of 3-D limited edition fine art, Fazzino is best known for his obsession with bright colors, wonderful detail, the frenetic energy that infuses his work and a unique hand assembled 3-D layering technique that brings his images to life. Fazzino has also created masterfully vibrant and detailed tributes to such popular icons as The New York Yankees, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Alfred Hitchcock and The Characters of Walt Disney.
At the exhibition Fazzino will unveil a set of limited edition proofs of the Singapore image and one large original work based on the image. The uniquely crafted work is hand-painted, cut, assembled, and embellished all on canvas. The limited editions are then printed as multiples on paper and hand-cut, assembled and embellished into the finished 3-D artwork. These art pieces come in both day and night versions.
For more information about the Bruno Gallery or The Colors of Singapore exhibition, please visit http://www.brunoartgroup.com/
Read our interview with Charles Fazzino (coming up next)