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Solo show of works by accomplished painter, Roberto Coda Zabetta opens at Ronchini Galler
Roberto Coda Zabetta, Merapi, 2009-2010, enamel on canvas, 180 x 300 cm.
LONDON.- Ronchini Gallery presents a solo show of works by accomplished painter, Roberto Coda Zabetta. The exhibition will be a striking showcase of large scale of black and white works focusing on the artist’s most characteristic inspirations, action painting and portraiture.

Coda Zabetta is an avid traveller who has drawn inspiration from such diverse subject matter as the Kintamani volcano in Indonesia to patients in London’s Royal Marsden Hospital. His works are renowned for their rhythmic bursts of paint and expressive brush strokes which form landscapes and figures in spurts of dynamic movement.

He says of the London show: “This new exhibition represents a personal change and distortion of aesthetics for me…. I want to express that nature wants to be heard… My works range from tragedy to works directly out of my immagination, but they all involve energy and the liberation of energy, both of which I feel important to express.”

Born in Biella, Italy in 1975, Roberta Coda Zabetta has studied at the Art Institute of Rome and Central Saint Martins. His work has been exhibited extensively internationally including a solo exhibition at the Indonesian National Gallery as well as exhibitions in Rio De Janeiro, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Hong Kong, Moscow, London, New York City, Tel Aviv and throughout his native Italy. He has won numerous awards including: the Passaggi a Nord-Ovest award of the Pistoletto Foundation, the Premio, Arte-Fiera award in Bologna, and the Miart Young Artist Award. He was also a finalist for the Cairo Communications Award and was selected to create a work for the National Portrait Gallery’s BP Portrait Award in 2006. He currently lives and works in Milan with his partner and their daughter.

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