TABALI AND THE WORLD OF ART
In a world where we’re constantly connected online, where it’s often all too difficult to allow ourselves some personal time, going to an art gallery can give us some time to realize how important it is to disconnect and to allow ourselves to be inspired.
Tabali supports art because art encompasses every aspect of our lives; the clothes we wear, the buildings we live in, the music we listen to, the medicines we take, the books we read—all these would be nonexistent if it were not for the creative capacity of humanity. A form of communication as old as mankind itself; art is how humans have communicated, celebrated, recorded and described life since the beginning of time. It has always been a central part of who we are.
Not long ago Tabali supported an art exhibition from artist Marco Bizzarri. He is a visual artist graduated from the Catholic University of Chile. His work includes a wide variety of techniques, from working with watercolor and acrylic, to etching and wood assemblies.
Using organic and inorganic forms with a strong chromatic load, he highlights questions about the individual and the collective, considering this last aspect as a fundamental element of movement and functioning. He has held numerous individual and group exhibitions, both in Chile and abroad.