Riccardo Giovacchini interviews the 4 artists that have exhibited their paintings, photographs and comic books during the One Day Exhibitions of the Arezzo Crowd Festival 2019.
Video by Farrago
Interview to Zahra Sadat Kiafar.
The young Iranian painter has been living in Rome since 2016.
Winner of the international call for the official image of the 2019 Arezzo Crowd Festival, with her painting “La donna Iraniana” (lit. The Iranian woman), Zara has created 7 original paintings for her debut exhibition, hosted in headquarters of Officine Montecristo, during the Festival.
Interview to Mara Giammattei.
She takes part in the 2019 Artistic Committee of the Arezzo Crowd Festival, and despite her young age, Mara soon becomes responsible for the documentation and most importantly, our official Festival photographer. Her personal exhibition explores moments, istants and details of the preparation of the first Arezzo Crowd Festival edition, which took one year.
Interview to Marcello Bondi.
One of the youngest comics writer in Italy, Marcello has already written stories for Tex and Diabolik, as well as more than fifty national and international publications. For the Arezzo Crowd Festival, he has presented a personal exhibition that tells the story of his young and brilliant career in the world of comics.
Interview to Simone Padelli.
Simone Padelli (1986) is an Italian photographer and artist, who is currently living in Florence. After graduating in “Libera Accademia di Belle Arti” of Florence in 2010, he is immediately engaged in the working world, collaborating with the fashion brand Gucci, as an intern photographer.
Simone currently works as a fashion photographer, and at the same time he carries out photographical research of his own, after spending two years in London taking lessons from internationally renowed photographers.
For the Arezzo Crowd Festival, he has presented the exhibition “The Uncanny”.