VOGUE ART 

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VOGUE ARTS INSPIRED BY FRANCIS BACON - VERONICA MAZZIOTTA
VOGUE ARTS INSPIRED BY FRANCIS BACON - VERONICA MAZZIOTTA
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Creative Director : Veronica Mazziotta

Photographer :Gregorio Adezati + Francesco Marconcini @Cartacarbone

Stylist : Veronica Mazziotta

3D Artist Kinopatia

Make-up Mary Cesardi @Atomo

Hair :Matteo Susini @ mks-milano

Scenography :Roberto Caruso

Models Stefanie Tedards @Brave Models Ivana Trivić @The Lab Models

 VIDEO

Video Maker: Davide Marconcini

Editor : Giacomo Prestinari

Music : Mister Kama

Total Look : VIVIENNE WESTWOOD PRIVATE ARCHIVE 

This shooting was inspired and dedicated to Artist Francis Bacon 

Flesh, torments and restlessness. The art of Francis Bacon in a story and an editorial. Getting inspired by Francis Bacon means transmitting a personal code in your own (creative) world of belonging. Letting go of your own stream of thoughts and not worrying if the observer will be afraid of that repetition or not.​

In the ranks of the torments of the soul and the obsession with the flesh, Francis Bacon (Dublin 1909 - Madrid 1992) certainly finds a prominent place among the artists who never cease to be passionate, to inspire thanks to their innate empathy with things. of life. And, since it is art (specifically paintings) also to create an irrepressible fever around their work, the spasmodic need to collect and own a work with a certain, indisputable aura.

His life was a ruthless sequence of grief and pain, disturbances due to a condition of diversity subjected by others that he never managed to overcome. All human matter that has ended up within his works, which makes it impossible to untangle the threads of private life from those of artistic and public life. A pregnant skein, full of loops of thoughts to be pulled out, towards the outside. Parting with it for a breather. It will be, then, for this profound link between art and life that the works of Francis Bacon shake the observer, create feelings of repulsion or fascination. The body and the spirit are probed, torn to shreds or, in any case, deformed. The canvas is transformed into a battlefield between conflicting forces and in all its suggestive power, the tension becomes almost palpable. His work therefore appears as a kind of catharsis, a fragment of freedom from himself, from a continuous inner struggle. "There is no tension in a painting if there is no struggle with the object". Being strongly “autobiographical”, referring to himself, to his daily and intimate drama, Francis Bacon found a personal, unique dimension in the stylistic code as well. The forms that are observed are one with the content they represent.