FERNANDO VISCASILLAS M.F.A. F.V. is a contemporary visual artist with several solo exhibitions in Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Tokyo, Monte - Carlo, London and over 35-40 group shows. He was invited to the Biennale of Contemporary Art in Florence 2003, which is awarded the Lorenzo il Magnifico Medal.
Dear fernando: We have been very impressed with your artistic production and we are glad to inform you that Birmingham UK has been selected for publication in the next Special edition of ART Habens Art Review. In particular, we have been highly impressed with your exploration of the aesthetic tension of urban environmentand we really appreciate the way your unconventional approach creates such a brilliant visual narrative challenges the viewers' perceptual process, providing them with a multilayered visual experience, and establishing deep involvement both on the emotional aspect and on the intellectual one.So we'll be pleased to submit you a personal interview about your artistic production, that will be featured in the next special Biennial Edition of our art publication. Sincerely, ART HabensTeam January 17, 2019 LONDON Direct link to the article: https://issuu.com/arthabens/docs/biennial.ed.viii/182
The simplicity and the energy of this artist define his works using the composition to define each individual, yet without removing the flexibility of that shape or introducing any hardness to the form and the positive energy transmitted by his ironic characterization of his subject and his several architectural styles. In his pictures everything seems coincidental and connected only by chance, together with other things, but it is not exactly true. The colours chosen are sometimes provocative, not real. He places the images without a defined focal point and without any respect for perspective; he never makes a mistake in the balance of the composition or in its complexity. Everything is developed with complete harmony. Fernando Viscasilas works whith Iphon 5, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Tab S4 and Ipad.
VENICE, SAN FRANCISCO (USA)
"My way of working is quite anarchic. It’s easy to get carried away by a photo, a reading, an image, a movie, a few regulars in a pub… I go out to the street many times without fixed direction, unoccupied, without hurry, I enjoy observing with attention the architectures, the environment… I carry my Samsung phone or the Iphone ... I have a lot of "Flâneur". The 'flânerie' is the availability of attention with a hedonistic point, according to Baudelaire, his first theoretician and creator of Perplexed Dandism"