‘My creative story begins at the Florence art high school in 1968, a year filled with student protests and revolutionary turmoil.
An important moment was when I discovered a great artist, Alberto Giacometti, who enabled me to understand what for me
From the representation of the human body I have moved toward an abstract image that allows me the non-identification of the individual, a return to the effigy without character or race, a universal figure that I can place in contexts without reference to place or situation.
What I seek is to isolate in time and space a condition that belongs to all of us. My figures can be skeletal or exaggeratedly bloated with abnormal bellies supported by thin legs, and all stand for a funny realization of our existential fragility.”.