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Rubens Fogacci

1979 Bologna, Italy

11 Works exhibited

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  • About the Artist
  • Bibliography

Rubens Fogacci was born in Bologna in 1979, starting his artistic career in the youth of 15 years. He immediately proved to be an interesting artist, winner of the first prize at the international comic competition held at the Baraccano Museum in the historic center of Bologna. From that moment Rubens will devote himself to the study of the human figure, for him an important starting point for all his artistic expression, which over time will re-elaborate transfiguring the aesthetic user into his own personal dream vision. After graduation, Rubens enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna where he studied not only painting and graphics, but also sculpture. Fogacci's subjects range from human figures to surrealist portraits of important historical and mythological characters, such as the famous Neptune or Giuseppe Garibaldi, but in recent years the figures are anticipating

nature lives and the scene of everyday life, even if the unmistakable characteristics of its creations, that is the marked lines and the bright and vibrant colors. The preferred techniques today remain oils and acrylics on canvas, not to mention the study and hope of new materials such as resins, bronze and clay. Many participations in Italian and international art fairs as well as publications in important catalogs and art editorials. The artist's prices are present in the Modern Art Catalog n. 48, 49, 50, 51 and 52 Mondadori editorial and auction houses. In 2016 one of his works was permanently included in the Winter Line Museum in Livergnano.

Personal catalog "Extimit" Ed. AEM
Artistic Sensations first volume Ed. G. Mondadori
CAM Catalog of Modern Art nr. 48 Ed. G. Mondadori
Artistic Sensations second volume Ed. G. Mondadori
CAM Modern Art Catalog No. 49 Ed. G. Mondadori
Artistic Sensations third volume Ed. G. Mondadori
CAM Modern Art Catalog No. 50 Ed. G. Mondadori
Personal catalog "Emotional Releases" Ed. AEM
CAM Catalog of Modern Art nr. 51 Ed. G. Mondadori
Monograph "The evolution of the sign" Ed. G. Mondadori
CAM Modern Art Catalog No. 52 Ed. G. Mondadori

Works by Rubens Fogacci

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60 x 40 cm

1000,00 €


70 x 50 cm

1200,00 €


20 x 20 cm

400,00 €


30 x 30 cm



50 x 70 x 6 cm



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