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Lidia Bachis

1969

Lidia Bachis was born in Rome in 1969 where she currently lives and works. She attended the School of Art “Alessandro Caravillani” but the passion for arts in general was already present in her life so strongly that she decided to use it as her first way of expression. She won the scholarship at the School of The Art of Medal- Istituto Poligrafico della Zecca di Stato. In 2000 she started to exhibit her art both in Italy and abroad, showing her point of view to the public. Her works can be seen at The Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea in Arezzo, The International Musem of Women in the Art of Scontrone (L’Aquila), the Novosibirsk State Art Museum and the Maui, Museum of ContemporaryArtTeano(Caserta). She expresses her passion for modern art through texts (lyrics), paintings, videos and objects adopting new meanings when used by the artist .One of works has been given to European Collection in Bruxelles.


Lidia Bachis works

Untitled 2

<p>This is one of Bachis&rsquo;s works in her Yakuza series featuring the recapitulated depiction member of the infamous Japanese organized crime syndicate. The subject is also one of the few males...

Boxer(s)

<p>When one thinks of boxing, images of burly, male warriors engaging in pugilistic combat usually spring to mind. Bachis&rsquo;s female models expand the gamut from sensual to tough. The latter is...

Miope (Shortsighted)

<p>Her most intimate thoughts, project themselves into physical objects engulfed in yellow that reflect off her glass lenses. Once again womanhood is the theme of the painting and the contrasting g...

Kiss Me

<p>The model&rsquo;s tightly focused lustful expression presented in glorious grays and whites and blacks is as sensual as it is provocative. Bachis&rsquo;s artistic knack for capturing mood with m...

Untitled 1

<p>Lidia Bachis is undeniable proof that often times, less is more. There is plethora of emotions that can be evoked using a basic grayscale with shadings of pink and drawings in red. The model&rsq...

Kate e la Balena (Kate and the Whale)

<p>Lidia Bachis uses her perception of modern art as a sort of a personal revolution. However, in this case it&rsquo;s more of an evolution chart of one woman&rsquo;s emotions. &lsquo;Kate&rsquo; e...

Relativity

<p>A portrait of Albert Einstein (and a rare male subject for Bachis)! Is strained through the artist&rsquo;s colander and given a modern art make-over. The work practically challenges you not let ...

Samurai

<p>The funky 70&rsquo;s color scheme accompanied by the sensuality of the oversized model makes this piece simply pop off the canvas. Bachis is expressing a simple tale of blossoming from girl into...

Pink Violet

<p>The theme of Lidia Bachis&rsquo;s work has been primarily the empowerment among women. And while there is a touch of that in this piece, there&rsquo;s also another something else present: Awe. C...

Autoritrattio in Frammenti (Self-portait of Scr...

<p>The faded woman hidden amongst the painted &ldquo;scraps&rdquo; is the late Spanish painter Frida Kahlo. A tribute of sorts by Lidia Bachis as well as a subtle statement towards empowered women ...

Rain

<p>One could ponder over this work for hours at a time due to the staggering amount of content contained within the canvas walls of this Lidia Bachis piece. All of her signature nuances are present...

Studio di Ipotesi (Study by a Hypothesis)

<p>The rounded, oversized frames the model fashions highlight her lacidastical eyes hooded with thick lashes. The painted colors on the far right of the canvas projects a painting treated with a we...

Carnival

<p>The English Bull Terrier, the AK-47, the Asian characters, the color pink, and other repeating motifs from past works, are all combined together in a twisting m&eacute;lange across the canvas. C...

K M

<p>Some of the woman&rsquo;s features are not proportionate with her face specifically the space between her eyes and the lips. What this conveys is an off-putting sense of displacement that spread...

Women on the Verge, 2007

<p>Bachis has carefully tucked away three pencil sketched women within the paper backdrop, all of which are secluded within the wall mirror of the posh &lsquo;soggiorno&rsquo; in Italian living qua...

Amare Commento Dolce (Love Sweet Comment)

<p>Italian artist Lidia Bachis has developed such a distinctive style over the course of her career and whether you&rsquo;re already an admirer or becoming one, her work instantly stands out from t...

Martalaya

<p>Lidia Bachis creates an interesting parallel of the mature strong sexy female with her devilish girl inside. The subject is all blacks and greys, and is placed over a strong pink backdrop. This ...

Monologo Sull’arte (Monologue on Art)

<p>Lidia Bachis&rsquo;s version of a Mexican standoff takes place in a posh living space within a forest of old trees. The pinkish-white floor is actually the Japanese flag, which leads to the conc...

Pink Violet #2

<p>Colors can represent powerful symbols in both life and art. The drowsy eyes with a touch of hazel (growth and comradery), the lightly parted pink (playful and sweet) lips, and the dark tips of h...

A Hitchcock Painting on Paper

<p>In the past, Lidia Bachis has toyed with renown artists in her works, macerating them as homage pieces. Here, we see a jury of seated Alfred Hitchocks conducting a three-way verdict with himself...

Attenti al Cane (Beware of the Dog)

<p>The bull terrier, which has been present in many of Bachis&rsquo;s other works guards his owner with a muted intensity. The nonchalant expression on the woman&rsquo;s face as she applies her dee...

Boxer No 2

<p>When one thinks of boxing, images of burly, male warriors engaging in pugilistic combat usually spring to mind. Bachis&rsquo;s female models expand the gamut from sensual to tough. The latter is...


Lidia Bachis videos