Nikita Fabris Biography
Nikita Fabris (Rome, 2 February 1997) is an italian artist. She has attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and her work explores the relationship between archetypes and postmodern. With influences as diverse as Munch and Roy Lichtenstein, new variations are manufactured from both opaque and transparent meanings, leaving the viewer with a clue to the edges of our condition.
Nikita Fabris is an Italian artist. Born in Rome in 1997, she spent his childhood in the city of Florence. These two cities have had a long-lasting impact on his work and influenced her primary subjects, namely the human form and identity.
In 2016 Nikita Fabris started to attend the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and it was during this period that began a lifelong relationship with digital painting.
The artist moved back to Rome in 2021 and is currently working in her studio in Garbatella, in South Rome.
From 2020 her works have been exposed in numerous exhibitions and have received numerous awards:
2020, Contamporary art painting. Award, 1st Prize in category Paintings at Biennale di Salerno, Italy
2020, Art Expo Rome, Italy
2020, Platinum award, (Awesome Art Prizes) international competition
2021, Meet the Artwork – The Impermanent collection , online
2021, ‘Everybody’s got something to hide except me and my monkey’, Venice, Italy
2021, ‘In times of change’, Rome, Italy
2021, Collica & Partners, Catania, Italy
2021, Steel House Copenaghen, Denmark
2021, Lille ArtUp, Lille, France
2021, Mia Fair - Milan, Italy
2022, The Orbzerver, MACRO, Rome, Italy
2022, Mia Fair - Milan, Italy
2022, PART - Rimini, Italy