"Sparkling like a birthday cake, my artworks are instantly appreciated for their chromatic arrangements of sweet subjects combined with serious concepts, creating an instantly recognizable synergy of cool elegance and soft sensuality."
Guido Corazziari was born in 1952 in Bari, Italy. The 70s were spent in Florence, where he worked as a scenic photographer for ART/TAPES 22, an international art-video production center, where he interacted with the world's most innovative artists of the time. In 1980 Corazziari graduated with a degree in Architecture and then in 1981 became a tenured professor at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bari. In 1983 he won an EEC scholarship to the "Domus Academy" in Milano, where he earned a Master's degree in design. Then in 1984 Corazziari won first prize for Italy in the Lino & Moda contest and was invited to exhibit his works in Montecarlo. In 1987, thanks to another scholarship, Corazziari traveled to Paris, to attend the Université de Marly Le Roi where he obtained a diploma in Serigraphy. Corazziari is now working as an architect and multimedia artist, exhibiting his works in galleries and museums, in Italy and abroad.
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