Fabio Viale is an Italian artist well known for his work with precious Carrara marble. Today Fabio is probably one of the most renown contemporary sculpture artist. His work with stone is often involving classical forms and sculpture, being also known for his bodysuits where he recreated different Russian prison tattoos on his sculptures. He has participated in the 59 Venice Biennale Venetian pavilion along to Ferzan Özpetek among others; lives and works between Turin and Carrara.
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