Foggini creates luminous shapes and monumental artworks: labyrinths of colored light, blurring the boundaries between art and design.
While working in a family business, Jacopo Foggini discovered the versatile nature of methacrylate, a material generally used in the production of car reflectors.
Enchanted by the esthetical and chromatic qualities of the thermoplastic resin, similar to glass yet tremendously light, his first experimentation started in the early nineties.
In his Milan studio, he models with his hands to create luminous shapes, monumental works and mazes of threads in an elegant intertwining of colors.
Jacopo’s first solo exhibition was held in 1997 inside the space of his long time friend Romeo Gigli, and since then he exhibited in galleries and venues throughout the world.Jacopo Foggini