RABARAMA
Rabarama, alias Paola Epifani, (Rome 1969). Daughter of an artist, from her early childhood she showed an inborn talent for sculpture. She started her artistic education at the Arts High School in Treviso, followed by the Venice Academy of Fine Arts where she graduated with top marks in 1991. She currently lives and works in Padova. Rabarama, sculptor, works on the representation of the body.
Her personages express the core point of human condition and its contradictions: the paradoxical relations between the human being, its corporality and the deep essence of meditation.
Her critics and most demanding collectors, thanks to the steady flow of official recognition and awards she has received on the national and international art scene, consider Rabarama an all-round artist. Her production is quite eclectic and varied and embraces terracotta sculptures, painted bronze, pieces in marble and glass, oil paintings, resin inclusions, artistic gold jewels, recent rubber monotypes and graphic work.
Rabarama also participates at the 54th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia 2011 - Arsenale, within the Italian Pavilion, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, chosen by the intellectual Marco Missironi.
From the interview at Telemarket in January 2012, Rabarama puts his attention abroad primarily in the United States of America. She focuses on a serial production with a high number, always considering the unique pieces. From the artistic point of view she plays in the new works, among other issues, the tattoos of the New Zealand Maori. The next exibitions are at Eindhoven in the Netherlands and in Spain at Ibiza.
On 2012 from 08/03 to 06/05, "Solo Exhibition" at Van Loon & Simons Gallery, Vught, The Netherlands.
From 02/06 to 29/07/2012 at Galerie Wild, Zurich.
In Usa, on 08/12/2012 Art and Fashion united in Miami: Rabaramaís sculptures and METís style are protagonist in Miamiís MET store in the opening night.
From the interview during a television special by Vecchiato Art Galleries on 21/12/2012, Rabarama during the month of March 2013 will be in Las Vegas in the Cirque du Soleil with a sculpture. A charity event with themes of his work in the representation. From 2013/14 new symbols will be found in works related to the nature and the organic.
On 2013, the second edition of the event "Volarearte", starring the artist Rabarama, with a new project deployed in three different places but all and culturally closely linked: the city of Pisa, the town of Forte dei Marmi and the city of Lucca.
The year 2014 marks the slow separation from Vecchiato Art Galleries in Padua for new artistic adventures.


Rabarama

Rabarama Chi-chi (dopo il compimento), 2008. Bronzo dipinto, 29 x 35 x 29 cm.

Rabarama Dopo la ragione, 2006, bronzo dipinto, cm 65x54x60

Rabarama Dream of Transformation, 2006, bronzo dipinto, cm 21x78x48

Rabarama Tadashii, 2009, bronzo dipinto, cm 41x25x28

Rabarama photo by © Alain ChivilÚ

Rabarama photo by © Alain ChivilÚ

Rabarama photo by © Alain ChivilÚ

Rabarama scultura

Rabarama by Franco Storti

Rabarama photo by © Alain ChivilÚ

Rabarama photo by © Alain ChivilÚ

Rabarama photo by © Alain ChivilÚ

Rabarama photo by © Alain ChivilÚ

Rabarama al Padiglione Italia della Biennale di Venezia 2011

Rabarama al Padiglione Italia della Biennale di Venezia 2011

Rabarama Vibr-azione 2012 marmo bianco di Carrara cm53x89x49

Rabarama Alter-azione Studio 2012 bronzo dipinto cm 38X52X28

Rabarama Alter-azione 2012 bronzo dipinto cm 38X52X28

Rabarama Alter-azione 2012 bronzo dipinto cm 38X52X28

Rabarama Shih l'esercizio Studio 2012 bronzo dipinto cm 34X48X51

Rabarama Shih l'esercizio 2012 bronzo dipinto cm 34X48X51

Rabarama Lettere Implose

Rabarama Firenze ANTICOnforme 2011

Rabarama in dialogo con Cinzia Pellin Arte Padova 2012 stand Vecchiato Art Galleries

Rabarama in dialogo con Cinzia Pellin Arte Padova 2012 stand Vecchiato Art Galleries
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