Federico Ferrarini (1976) lives and works between Verona and Miami.
He attended the Academies of Venice and Bologna, and already during his studies he began an empirical path of introspection and analysis made of travels and experiments.
He began his activity in the early 2000s focusing his artistic research on the use and the possibilities of materials, coming to consolidate the important collaboration with Dolci Colori, an international leader in the production of pure pigments and raw materials.
He travels between China and the United States where he expands his research to the performative field.
In Italy it is represented by several galleries, including Beyond Factory in Verona and Citriniti Arte contemporanea in Spotorno, while at the same time it exhibits in solo and group exhibitions in public and private spaces including the James L. Knight Center in Miami and Palazzo Garzoni Moro. Venice.
He collaborates with curators, art dealers and journalists of international renown as Julia Riley O'Sullivan of Fresco Art Magazine, with whom he exhibits for several years in Wynwood, Miami.
The most recent projects include the site-specific installation Wormhole Vesseldata curated by Camilla Compagni and with the artistic direction of Ginevra Gadioli realized at Palazzo Camozzini in Verona, as well as participating in the side event of Art Verona "Art In Studio / / Meet the Artists "designed by Urbs Picta and Diplomart.
He has been collaborating for some time with large companies including Vibemac Spa and Kiratech, developing an interest in contamination in the creative field.