Kunstner Francesco Ruspoli

Kunstner Francesco Ruspoli

Residence Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom Born 1958 in Paris from a British mother with a French background and a Belgian father with an Italian background, Ruspoli has presented his work in international salons, international art fairs and international galleries increasing worldwide exposure.

EDUCATION

Master Degree in Art – UAL – Central Saint Martins – University of the Arts London – England

He has been recipient of a number of important international awards and medals such as to mention a few: Eugene Fromentin Award in France, Masters Award and Honorable Mention Award in USA, Gold Medal at Beijing Olympic Fine Art in China, The Honorary Award of Distinction and Honorable Award in UK, Silver Medal at Grand Prix of Rome in Italy.
In 1986 Ruspoli was chosen to submit some works for the highly prestigious Automn Salon in Paris, France from which he was contacted by Galerie Atlante for a two years contract. During this time Ruspoli was approached by the British Phoenix gallery where he had several exhibitions and brought him to the United Kingdom.
Inspired by new surroundings Ruspoli moved towards a new way of working stimulated by the influences of artists such as Chaim Soutine, Georges Rouault, Henri Matisse, Edward Munch and Egon Schiele.
Ruspoli work frequently places the human figures and nature in an abstract environment supported by a vivid use of colours where subtle gradation and dramatic contrast express nuance of emotion and sensuous physicality.

MUSEUMS (examples) and PUBLICATIONS (examples) Gauguin Museum, Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia The Oxford Blue Book, Book, England The Cambridge Blue Book, Book, England International Museum Dell’Etichetta of Cupramontana, Italy Great Minds of the 21st Century, Book, USA Famous 100 Contemporary Artists, Book, England Museum Contemporary Art of Chianciano, Italy MAMAG Museum of Art, Austria Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art, Book, USA Art Book 2018, Book, USA CCBA Ninth Edition – 2017, Book, Italy The Middle East Art Collector Book 2018, Middle East

Kunstner Francesco Ruspoli 

AWARDS

2018            Honorable Mention Award- Circle Foundation- USA

2018            The Honorary Award of Distinction- Art Addiction Museum , England

2018            ATIM Masters Award- ATIM Masters of Contemporary Art- USA

2016            Honorable Award, Art Addiction Museum , England

2016            Honorable Award, Artavita Gallery., USA

2008            Gold Medal, Beijing Olympic Fine Art, China

1998            Knight of the Art, Academy Greco-Marino, Italy

1995            Master Degree, Central St Martin School of Art, England

1994            Academician, Academy Greco-Marino, Italy

1991            Bronze Medal, Mairie 17em Paris, France

1988   Gold Medal, Institute of French Culture, France                                        

1987            Eugene Fromentin  Award, Federation Latin, France

1986            Silver Medal, Institute French Culture, France

1986            Golden Painting of the Year, Institute of French Culture, France

1985            Bronze Medal, Biennial Villeneuve Loubet, France

1985            Silver Medal, Grand Prix of Rome, Italy

 

MUSEUMS and PUBLICATIONS

Art in Vogue, Book, England

Gauguin Museum, Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia

Who’s Who in Art, Book, England

The Oxford Blue Book,  Book, England

The Cambridge Blue Book, Book, England

International Museum Dell’Etichetta of Cupramontana, Italy

Great Minds of the 21st Century, Book, USA

Dictionary of International Biographies, Book, England

Medial1 Art Biennial 2005, Book, England

Famous 100 Contemporary Artists, Book, England

Artist Contact, Book, England

Museum Contemporary Art of Chianciano, Italy

Art Unlimited, Book, England

Segnalati , Contemporary Art Guide, Book, Italy

ICA  Art Books Volume XI, Book, USA

Current Masters, Book, USA

MAMAG Museum of Art, Austria

Art Professional – 33 Contemporary Artist, Book, England

Circle Foundation for the Arts, Book, USA

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Contemporary Master Fine Artists, Book, USA

Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art, Book, USA

World Art Yearbook 2017, Book, USA

Art Book 2018, Book, USA

CCBA  Ninth Edition – 2017, Book, Italy

OCPA, Online Catalog, USA

The Middle East Art Collector Book 2018, Middle East

Art Upclose World Edition 2017, Book, USA

 

ARTICLES and  INTERVIEWS

ABG  Online Interview

Who hub Online  Interview

Art Arena Magazine

Absolute Magazine

My Art Makers Magazine

Artist Spectrum Magazine

Gallery & Studio Magazine

Art in London Magazine

The Observer Magazine

This Is London Magazine

Exhibit Magazine

Art & Design Magazine

Maison & Jardin Magazine

Art tour International Magazine

Inside artists Magazine

Artistsinspireartists.com Blog

Tussle Magazine

Top Art Magazine

Art in America Magazine

CreativPaper Magazine

 

SET and COSTUMES DESIGN

1999            Mind the Gap, Canal Café Theatre

1997            The May, Barons Court Theatre

1995            Snuff, London Film Festival

1995            Commercial, CTVC Studios

1995            Triangle, Cochrane Theatre

1994            Loves Labours Lost, Cochrane Theatre

1994            Shakespeare’s Universe, Barbican

 

EDUCATION

Master Degree in Art – UAL – Central Saint Martins – University of the Arts London – England

Biography:

Born 1958 in Paris from a British mother with a French background and a Belgian father with an Italian background, Ruspoli has   presented his work in international salons,  international art fairs and international galleries increasing worldwide exposure.

He has been recipient of a number of important international awards and medals such as to mention a few: Eugene Fromentin Award in France, Masters Award and Honorable Mention Award in USA, Gold Medal at Beijing Olympic Fine Art in China, The Honorary Award of Distinction and Honorable Award in UK, Silver Medal at Grand Prix of Rome in Italy.

In 1986 Ruspoli was chosen to submit some works for the highly prestigious Automn Salon in Paris, France from which he was contacted by Galerie Atlante for a two years contract. During this time Ruspoli was approached by the British Phoenix gallery where he had several exhibitions and brought him to the United Kingdom.

Inspired by new surroundings Ruspoli moved towards a new way of working stimulated by the influences of artists such as Chaim Soutine, Georges Rouault, Henri Matisse, Edward Munch and Egon Schiele.

Ruspoli work frequently places the human figures and nature in an abstract environment supported by a vivid use of colours where subtle gradation and dramatic contrast express nuance of emotion and sensuous physicality.  The work also expresses the direct sensation of lived experience through organic shapes and forms woven from flowing lines and the gaze of the viewer. You are invited to participate in a creative encounter with these elements constructing your own visual languages and meanings.

“Art is about sharing visual ideas. My canvas may not have a front or a back cover but I try with each study, each painting to represent a work to be read rather than stared at. If through my work as an artist I am able to stimulate thoughts and feelings then I have achieved my goal.”

FRANCESCO RUSPOLI

Statement

Ruspoli’s art explores the dynamic frontier between abstraction and figuration. This fertile area keeps alive the infinite possibilities of being human in an age intent upon closing them down.

Using a strikingly vibrant palette, each painting composes a symphony of colours where subtle gradation and dramatic contrast express nuance of emotion and sensuous physicality.

The work also expresses the direct sensation of lived experience through organic shapes and forms woven from flowing lines and the gaze of the viewer.

You are invited to participate in a creative encounter with these elements, constructing your own visual languages and meanings.

From this, questions arise about the interactions between humans and their many environments.

It is hoped there also follows an increased sense of wonder at your own capacity for re-interpretation and invention which will bring an uplifting feeling to you and the world in which you are living.

Creativity for Ruspoli is a special form of discovery. He starts as an archaeologist of his own imagination, peeling back layers to find the essence of the image which may origin in ancient or classical art, dance or theatre. This process involves lengthy development of ideas worked through on canvas, much like Beethoven’s constant working out and refinement of his musical themes in sketches. This sometimes requires an austere Zen-like mental discipline, where he can get himself out of the way so his art can create itself. This is laborious, but is the only way he has found so far to achieve authenticity in his work.

Ruspoli’s work is an exploration of relational space and its possibilities in contemporary society.

“ Art expresses a fundamental part of what it means to be human. It is through art that the conflicts of life can be explored, better understood, brought to the surface and put into new relationships with each other. I believe we are living in an unprecedented time of the breakdown in human relationships and interactions. This is happening from the individual and personal level to the opposite geopolitical end of the spectrum. We tend to think of interactivity in terms of technology these days rather than human feeling and connection.

My art is meant to directly challenge this state of affairs and re-invigorate and re-inspire the emotional and spiritual dimensions of human life, which is inevitably in direct conflict with much of what we see around us in our world now. These are central question not just of what art is, but of what art does, and can or even should do. The biggest frustration has been struggling against a system that attempts to codify what sells, thereby killing creativity and individual expression. It has taken me many years to find my creative voice, and a large part of this has been a struggle against such commercial forces. They are very powerful and insidious, and institutionally dismiss or ignore what they cannot appreciate”.

The relational concern of his work is intended to embrace all viewers, so their interpretations are equally valid as his. The act of viewing is to enter a relationship, a mutual encounter of the painting and the viewer. This is why the figures in his work are placed so viscerally in relation to each other, and why this stimulates a reflection on relatedness which encompasses the viewer.

A vital part of interpretation is our emotional response, which incidentally is not solely the preserve of a ‘refined’ academic elite. The experience of viewing/ relating is the essence of his work so he hopes his work is able to offer that precise experience to the viewer. You could say his message, theme and vision is to co-create an experience of emotional connection – whatever it might be – on that precise moment of that particular day, with this individual person in this specific space.

 

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