Arte realizzata | Annalù | Interview
An Exceptional Conversation with Annalù
Article by Uzomah Ugwu
Annalù is an Italian multi-disciplined artist who resides in Venice, Italy. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally in galleries and museums and is held in private collections and public collections internationally. Some of her work has been exhibited at the Moya Vienna, SDAI San Diego, Fondazione FAV Germania, Natural History Museum Venice, “Rocca Paolina” of Perugia / Burri Foundation, GAM Bologna, Galerie Bartoux, Markowicz Fine Art, Belair Fine Art, PUNTO SULL’ARTE Gallery, Galleria Ravagnan, Italian fine Art Positano, and many more. Annalù assembles incongruous elements such as resins and paper, bark and glass wool, bitumen and sand, cement and roots, in order to create new realities, worlds suspended, and imaginary architecture where alchemy is lightness. A true metamorphosis Annalù’s work is deeply lyrical and while evocative characteristics, with huge formal impact and images of involving power and exalted symbolic allure. I had the pleasure of asking Annalù what she found about art to be poetic, what is the purpose of her artwork, and how she makes art for passion and also has made a career out of it.
Published on 15/07/2021