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Conti, NorbertoDate of birth and death: 1940 - Uploaded artworks: 13
Norberto Conti was born in Buenos Aires on March 28, 1940. Studied Engineering, Mathematics and Art and worked as illustrator for large publishing houses and multi-national corporations. Norberto moved to Brazil in 1972.
Physics, mathematics, music, culinary, and fine arts are some of the many personal obsessions that led Norberto to live many exciting adventures.
It could be said that as he matured, art came to be the center of gravity of his interests. Another, but perhaps deeper view, would be that through art he uncovered the possibility of sharing his rich inner world.
There are a least three themes that apparently fascinate Conti: chess and Bobby Fischer, one of the greatest players of all times, as its icon.
This thematic triad, through a well-executed oil technique in search of chromatic solutions, layers and transparencies, deals above all, with the mystery of space and time. The chessmen, the undulated chessboards, the chess castles associated to Don Quixoteâ€™s windmills are visual manifestations of the relativism of everything that surrounds us and what we imagine as real.
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