Was born in 1979 in Rovereto
Federico Lanaro was born in Rovereto (TN) in 1979. He graduated in 2004 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. Reflecting his personal experience of the world, his artistic works are characterized by transversal narratives and linguistic nomadism, which is reflected in the multiplicity of techniques he employs – spanning from painting to sculpture and installation. A core feature of Lanaro’s artistic production is the use of fluorescent colors and neat signs. The combination of these techniques to represent natural elements is an open invitation to observe the world from an unorthodox perspective. Lanaro’s simple and direct representations draw inspiration both from classical culture and contemporary graphics. The combination of different registers enables the observer to infer different interpretations of Lanaro’s art, depending on their personal sensitivities. The artist’s work comprehends many nuances, among them the sustainable art, the responsiveness to green universe, the hybridization between the animal and the human, between individual and the mass, the link with his territory and the interpretation of human behaviors.
Negli Studi. Volti e luoghi dell’arte contemporanea in Trentino
Palazzo Roccabruna, Trento
May 17 – June 4, 2021
Through the shots of Giorgio Salomon, the exhibition – which originates from a book of the same name published by MART in 2020 in collaboration with Adac – opens the doors to the workplaces of many established Trentino artists: photographers, painters and sculptors.
“Negli Studi” is the result of a long way, started more than two years ago, which has been edited by Mauro Cappelletti, and supported by Giorgio Salomon with his photojournalistic view, that enables us to explore each studio through an original point of view.
Tubla’ Da Nives – Selva di Val Gardena
19 dicembre 2019 – January 12, 2020
Federico Lanaro’s work is made both of many memeories and many chocies. The artist does not only compare his themes, his techniques, but he also moves in a wide search direction, leaving his linguistic nomadism intact. In the exhibition “SET”, conceived for the Tublà Da Nives, Federico Lanaro presents a complete recognition of his recent work, among painting, sculpture and installation.
Contemporaneamente a Castel Belasi
Castel Belasi, Campodenno (TN)
August 10 – October 27, 2019
After twenty years of restoration, on Saturday 10th August, Castel Belasi in Campodenno was officially opened to the public with the exhibition ‘’CONTEMPORANEAMENTE a Castle Belasi’’. The municipal administration of Campodenno has therefore decided to inaugurate the castle with an original exhibition event, in which the castle’s architecture, its large spaces and history are enhanced by the strong contrasts created by contemporary art.