Art Box Clownville – A viral hit on the web, an exhibition in Brazil, a dedicated Clownville Art Box of 5 fine art prints personally selected by the Italian-French author.
All fine art prints have been produced under the supervision of Eolo Perfido.
Format 16x20 inches (about 40x50cm)
Hahnemühle FineArt® Baryta, 325 gsm, UltraChrome HDR Epson inks
Protected by an antacid passepartout
Signed, numbered and certified
Stored in an entirely handmade Art Box in an edition of 7
Born in France (Cognac, 1972), Eolo Perfido is an absolute and uncompromising talent of portrait photography. He manages to combine a superb shooting technique and perfect lighting with the ability to penetrate the subject's personality and place it in the images he creates, with a compelling result that intrigues and excites. Rare gift that takes him into the inner circle of the great worldwide portrait photographers. He works tirelessly around the world, following assignments for international magazines, communication projects, corporate and advertising photography.
His images have been published in journals such as the New York Times, Communication Arts, Computer Ars, L'espresso, Russian Vogue, GQ, Vision.
In 2011, the italian magazine L'Espresso has chosen along with other 9 young Italians creatives who have been asked to tell through a picture the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy.
Eolo also follows a personal artistic journey that leads him to exhibit in numerous private galleries. Among his most successful series is definitely the photographic series Clownville, recently exhibited in a solo show at Galleria Janet Coast of Recife in Brazil during the International Circus Festival.
His creative path has allowed him to win several major awards in the field of creative photography.
In 2009 he was awarded the first prize of the National Association of Professional Photographers Italian Tau Visual for the creative quality of its images.
In 2010 he was awarded the "Best International Photographer" during the exhibition "Photo Vernissage" which was held at the Manege Museum in St. Petersburg, which saw the participation of hundreds of photographers from around the world.