News — Fidia Falaschetti
ART NEWS: Freeway Editions' Artists in Bogotá!
This week Freeway Editions artists have all gathered in Bogotá Colombia to participate in a myriad of art fairs, live art events, and the opening group exhibition at Fabien Castanier Gallery's newest location. Barcú, Odeón, and ArtBo are all happening right now in Bogotá and with these fairs comes a frenzy of new works and exciting events to discuss.
At Barcú artist such as: Speedy Graphito, Tilt, Mark Jenkins, Chanoir, DJ Lu, and Ludo are all participating in a special exhibition curated by Fabien...
Art Basel Miami Beach
This week marks the beginning of Art Basel Miami Beach. A week of growing satellite fairs, pop-up shows, parties and live art performances that makes for the largest art fair event in the United States. Galleries, artists, and art collectors come from all over the globe to participate in this weeklong art experience. Freeway Editions is excited to be participating this year and we would like to highlight some of the more popular fairs and events going on now through December 7th.
Art Miami - Is celebrating its 25th edition as the leading international contemporary and modern art...
"Fukushima Tales" by Fidia Falaschetti
In tandem with Fidia Falaschetti's show opening Freeway Editions is highlighting some of his hand-painted screen prints from the Fukushima Tales series and we're talking a bit more about the artist and his background.
Fidia Falaschetti was born in 1977 in Marche, Italy to a family of creatives and teachers. Fidia's fascination with art began in his early childhood, being surrounded by a family of creatives was truly inspiring and by the age of 16, Fidia was hired to produce wall paintings and illustrations for multiple stores...
"POL-ETHICALLY CORRECT" a Solo Exhibition by Fidia Falaschetti
This weekend marked Fidia Falaschetti's first solo exhibition in the United States. Freeway Editions was so excited to attend the opening reception of "POL-ETHICALLY CORRECT" and support one of our incredible artists! The show's artwork takes a detailed look at various social, political, and cultural relationships. From the pyramid of trash and books to the repurposed vintage blackboards taken directly from the artist's hometown elementary school, Fidia Falaschetti gets personal and leaves no issue untouched.