Angelica Bergamini is an Italian NY-based artist.
After studying Art at the Florence Fine Arts Academy (Italy) and at the University of Granada (Spain), she started her training in Colors Psychology at The Art & Science International Academy of Color Technologies (England).
Her artistic research explores the meaning of colors in a sort of open dialogue with human emotions and natural shapes, while her experimental attitude makes her artworks to attain different media: from painting and paper-cuts assemblages to video and sculptural installations, in an untiring experimentation of shapes and materials.
Cross-cultural studies, and a deep interest for philosophy also guide great part of her creation, generating a porosity between aesthetic and ethic values. Just ethics, anthropology and consciousness of human rights and values are the core of her current research, enhanced by a continuous investigation of emotional interactions, perceived as a pure union of body and soul. Such analysis turns into a narrative approach, captured by each one of her works as a balanced fusion of colors powerfulness, pictorial minimalism and iconic symbols, disclosing micro universes of uncharted limits and inner lights.
Inspired by her experimental nature on shapes and unconventional materials in relation to different scales and body lines, in the last years she’s also been focusing on design-art turning conceptual and archetypal ideas into tangible and functional wearables.
Her works have been exhibited and collected in Europe, China, USA and Israel. One of her paper cut out is on view at Hyatt Union Square in New York City, commissioned by the hotel in 2012.