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FAZZINO

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For more than 30 years, Charles Fazzino enchants us with his relief representation of a colorful, playful and sparkling universe.

This New York artist, creator of 3D Pop Art, first took an amused look at his city, painting with great detail and in a very recognizable style its neighborhoods, its inhabitants, its taxis, its frenetic life … Over the years years, he will be interested in other American cities then European or Japanese. Sport, cinema, medicine … are also part of his favorite themes. His works are the result of several sketches. They will give birth to a painting from which will be drawn serigraphs cut and glued manually superimposed.

Charles Fazzino’s works are exhibited in some one hundred museums and galleries in more than 20 countries. He has received numerous private and institutional commissions and has been selected as an official festival and event artist, such as the Super Bowl or more recently the London Olympics. Charles Fazzino is often considered a historian of pop culture because of the breadth of his work and the way he has to touch his collectors by capturing the best snapshots of their lives. His legacy will be in the next generation, as did other well-known pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Red Grooms and Robert Rauschenberg, who are considered pioneers and whose success he is following.

Very attached to the American culture of patronage and mutual aid, Fazzino also supports, through his art, many medical and social causes throughout his country and throughout the world.

Charles Fazzino has been presented in France for more than fifteen years.

Partnerships and public collections:
Super Bowls XXXV-LII
2003-2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Games
2000-2020 United States Olympic Committee
Arlington Museum of Art
Olympic Museum Lausanne – Switzerland
Coral Springs Museum of Art
The World of Little League Museum
The Holocaust Memorial, The Tolerance Center and Museum of Nassau County
2014 USA Sevens Rugby Tournament
2013 Mont Saint Michel Museum – Scriptorial of Avranches
2013 National Jefferson Awards
2012 American School in London
2012 New York Drama Desk Nomination for The FAZZINO RIDE Tourist Attraction

National Football League
Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale
2010 Fort Lauderdale Centennial Celebration
2009-2013 American Airlines JFK Terminal Facilities
Norman Rockwell Museum
Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
National Art Museum of Sport
2009 Ellis Island – Medal of Honor
2009 Pori Jazz Festival
2008 Andy Roddick Foundation
2008-2010 President’s Council on Physical Fitness
2006-2011 Daytime Emmy Awards
2006, 2010, 2016 Winterfest Boat Parade
2005-2007 The Belmont Stakes
2005-2006 CMA Awards – Country Music Association
2004 Indy 500
2004 Grammy Awards
2001-2003-2004 Childhood and Sharing Association (France)
Switzerland Sächsilüüte Festival (Zürich)
Disneyland Studios
Warner Bros. Studios (50th Anniversary of James Dean)
American Theater and Producers League of the Metropolitan Opera (NYC)
NBC’s “Today Show”
Rosie O’Donnell’s For All Kids Foundation
International Red Cross
The Muscular Dystrophy Association
Atlanta city, Georgia
2000 New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani NYC Committee
Japan’s Mt. Fuji Museum

Private collections:

Rosie O’Donnell, Michael Eisner, Hillary Clinton, Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Roger Clemens, Michael Jordan, Round Barber, Justin Tuck, Donald Trump, Levar Burton, Derek Jeter, Joe Torre , Mariano Rivera, Keith Urban, Michael Eisner, Morgan Freeman, Tony Stewart, Marlo Thomas, Whoopi Goldberg, Ellen Degeneres, President Halonen (Finland), Eli Manning, Jim Clemens, Jim Brown, Gilbert Rod, Katie Couric, Dick Vitale, Roger Staubach, Aki Ashiro, Eiji Okuda, Lawrence Taylor, Petra Nemcova, George Steinbrenner, Drew Carey, Jonathan Winters, Kristin Chenoweth, Prince Albert of Monaco, Richard Petty, David Winfield, Angel Cordero, Jr. Tom Brady, Alexandra Kamp, Julia Roberts , Eva Longoria, Michael Jordan, Warren Buffett, Reggie Jackson, Elie Wiesel, Chris Wallace …

Training:

1977 Graduate of the New York School of Visual Art

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