A multfaceted artist, Federico Paris capitalizes the multiplicity of his experiences in various fields and transforms it into a transversal language, centered around the continuous process of seeking out new techniques, materials and concepts.
He has participated to numerous solo and collective exhibits in Italy and abroad, of which, “Angels & Angels” at the National Museum of Castel S. Angelo in Rome, in the Open Colonna space at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni and in the Aureliane walls of Porta Pincianain Rome, at the “Europäische Rechtsakademie” in Trier (Germany), at the Museum of Mondern Art Maguncia in Buenos Aires (Argentina), at the MinisteroMinistry of Culture of Prague during the TINA B Art, at the Obecni Dum, also in Prague, in the exhibit “TAUROMAQUIA” in Venice, and at the San Leonardo ad Avila (Spain) at La Colonial El Grande.
He is the author of urban performances: For the Swimming World Championships in Rome in 2009 he filled the squares of the capital city with sculptured busts of the swimmers. Most recently he installed three, two meter and seventy centemeters tall wooden sculptures in the Sabaudia county square.
He has collaborated often with the fashion industry, in particular with Maison “Gattinoni,” with whom he began collaborationg in 1995, creating printings on the clothing, set design and scenery for the fashion shows and artistic performances linked to fashion. He worked with the “Gruppo Lineapiù” during the event “Pitti Filati” in Firenze. He has worked for “Gucci”, “Emilio Pucci”, the designer “Dennis Basso” (New York), he created set design and scenery for Redstudio and Ghibli, and created accessories for the French fashion house Schiapparelli. He recently experimented with resinated fabrics for Christian Dior.
Federico Paris created sets for the automobile maker Lancia, for a variety of theatrical representations, for museums and musical events like. Since 1994 he has collaborated with the publisher Sette Città, for which he is the director of the collana “immagine” and creates illustrations and paintings for the book covers.
He also collaborated with the publisher of Palermo Katakusinos for the art magazine Kaffè, and with th Swiss publisher Armando Dadò. He received the award “Volere Volare 2005” in the painting category.
Recently he held a solo exhibit entitled “In cerca di Quello” in the fortezza Orsini a Sorano, and in Rome in the exhibition “Style Heros” at the National Roman Museum at Palazzo Altemps, a work of his was included in the exhibit “The elegance of food” at the Mercati Traianei in Rome, linked to EXPO 2015.