Emilio Farina born in Vicenza is a recognized artist, but Roman by adoption. Visionary painter, 1972 to present his works have been exhibited in numerous Italian and foreign galleries.
Its activity is not new then, such complex installations in history as the “miracle” of Donnaregina (1994), where the artist’s sketches were to supplement the lost parts of the cycle of frescoes, and the big altar piece “Lippi” (2000); 2003 – Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, Tivoli Villa d’Este, Hadrian’s Temple, and still Altemps to replace the Ludovisi Throne, “Fire! Fire!” at Palazzo Altieri (2006), Pantheon, Palazzo Spada, until ” aguardiente “in the complex of San Michele (2008), in Rome.
His relationship with the ‘Ancient’ is an old re-interpreted, that almost erases the original visual suggestion, to duplicate it in a very personal approach.
The Ancient becomes nothing but a pretext for painting a new visual system, which often uses geometric compositions and the repetition of pictorial forms. Among his major foreign exhibitions: Galerie Art Contemporain – Lyon, Galeria El Museo – Bogota, Palais De Artes – Marseille, Centro Cultural Palacio Gaviria – Madrid, Galerie Catherine Mace – Cannes, Caja S. Ferdinand – Seville.
He also exhibited in New York and Los Angeles and at the Biennale of Cairo, Egypt. In September 2010 he created an installation for the refurbished Palazzo Barberini in Rome. In 2010 he returned inside the Duomo in Siena with a site-specific project “Mise en Scene” on the front of Bernini’s Chapel of the vote. “Mise en Scene”.