Communications and design company JPA announced that it has launched a strategic partnership with German artist G. Luigi Rossi.
This partnership, the company said, will introduce Mr Rossi’s work to a wider audience and will help JPA develop and bring to market some of the artist’s new and innovative project ideas.
“Luigi’s constant searching for newness and his way of pushing the boundaries of materials and techniques is similar to the way we celebrate and evolve as an organisation,” JPA CEO Steve Cassar said.
“In addition, this collaboration will give us the opportunity to explore and bring to the public’s attention some of the innovative projects and product lines which Luigi has access to through his personal clients,” Mr Cassar continued.
Born in Italy in 1964, Mr Rossi studied Language and Humanistics at Universität zu Freiburg, Baden Wüttenberg DE and at Boulder University, Boulder Colorado U.S. He is a full-time artist and Creative Director for Art Malta, operating at Aldabra Atelier and Gallery, based in SmartCity.
“I am thrilled with the diverse aspects and several possibilities of this collaboration with JPA,” Mr Rossi said.
“It’s a new journey which helps me focus on my work but at the same time will allow us to develop and help commercialise some art and technology products which are being pushed by my art patrons and clients both locally and overseas,” he continued.
Mr Rossi launched his first solo exhibition in Malta in February 2016 and has, since then, exhibited in various exhibitions internationally. Most recently, Mr Rossi exhibited his work in Galagan Art Museum, Ukraine.
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