Marica Fasoli was born in Bussolengo (Verona, Italy) in 1977. After graduating in 1995 as a teacher of art at the LiceoArtisticoStatalein Verona Accademia, in 1997 specialized in Conservation and Maintenance of artistic artefacts on wood and canvas with honors from the Santa Paola Institutes of Mantua. In 2006 she obtained the specialization in Artistic Anatomy at the “Cignaroli” Academy of Verona whereshe taught free hyper-realistic painting.Since 2002 she gradually abandoned the activity of restorer, devoting himself increasingly to the main passion, painting, measuring himself above all with reproductions of the masterpieces of the past, also obtaining numerous certificates of esteem and recognition in the local press.From 2006 she embarks on an autonomous journey that leads her to concentrate her expressiveness and artistic research in the hyperrealist figurative field, research that led her to the formulation of two distinct expressive strands (the ‘invisible people’ and the ‘3d Boxes’), both focusing on the concept of ‘content / container’.Since 2015, her continuous research has led her to break away from a figurative and didactic representation of reality. The objective was achieved through a process of creation / destruction focused on the manual construction, in many cases very complex and laborious, of origami, which, after being created, are “deconstructed”.The result is therefore no longer purely interpretable exclusively on a figurative basis, indeed. The figurative aspect goes into the background, for the benefit of a multiplicity of combinations such as kinetic and concretism movements. Using the shades of gray as a chromatic scale, but not only, making interventions with pure colors typical of concrete art.These interventions in turn refer to the geometric shapes suggested by the work itself or more often to the Fibonacci succession, whose relationship between the numbers comes very close to the golden number, the harmonious relationship par excellence.
Among the various public exhibitions, prizes and awards are remembered:
In 2007 she won the 1st Prize in the painting competition ‘I Colori di Verona’ organized by the Giorgio ZanottoFoundation – Banco Popolare.
In 2010, one of his works is acquired and enters thecollection of the Parisi-Valle di Maccagno Museum (Varese).
In 2011 she was invited by Vittorio Sgarbi to the ‘Padiglione Italiaof the 54thVenice Biennale ’.
She is then a finalist in the ‘Ceres 4 Art / Mtv Prize’ by exhibiting at the Lanificio Factory in Rome, at the Mambo Villadelle Rose in Bologna and at the Pecci Museum in Prato.
Also in 2011 she was a finalist in the ‘Premio Arte’ at the Palazzo della Permanente in Milan, and wons the 1st Prize at the ‘Pisanello’ competition organized by the Toniolo Foundationin Verona.
In March 2012, an interview with herin the major Argentine newspaper, El Clarin, is published.
In 2013 it is her second solo show, ‘2 Anime’, curated byAlberto D’Atanasio, at the Museums of Santa Giulia in Brescia.
In August 2013, American collector Ross Goldstein nominated heras one of his favorite artists in an interview published on the New York Times.
In 2014 Marica Fasoli exhibit in a solo show “Essence and Presence” at Art Gallery Zanini Arte, in San Benedetto Po Mantova, edited by Alberto D’Atanasio.
2015 opens with the invitation of Luca Beatrice to ‘Imago MundiLuciano Benetton Collection ’at the spaces of the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin.
2016 She is a finalist in the ‘Premio Nocivelli’, where he won the ‘Coppa Luigi’.
The same year, she inaugurated her personal “AUREA”, curatedby Ivan Quaroni, in the museum spaces of Ca ’la GhirondaModernArt Museum, in collaboration with Art Gallery Zanini Arte.
2017 opens with the solo show “Aurea” in the spaces of the Art Gallery Zanini Artein San Benedetto Po, with thecuration of Ivan Quaroni.
She exhibited two very large works at Context ArtMiami and at Art Wynwood in Miami and Art New York.