No stranger to the fashion world, Biagio Black’s artwork has been featured on both coasts and in France attended by celebrities, members of the press, and international business leaders. While in Paris and Milan, in 2004, Black produced and directed video pieces for Kate Moss.
“This was the last piece in the Junoesque series and the darkest which is well suiting to Cotillard’s complex and dark beauty.”
– Biagio Black
“Every painting in Biagio’s exhibit captures the essence of being a woman. Their bold colors and expressive complexions showcase every aspect of a woman’s personality: from the sexy vixen to the girl next door,” says Emmy Cortes Kasten, little black dress’ founder. “I feel that his artwork echoes the range of the classic ‘little black dress’ from the formal gala to the casual dinner with a friend.”
“For the Junoesque series I looked for recognizable women who have their own path and style. Knightley is pop culture royalty, a classism killer, and she is fashion.”
– Biagio Black.
“In this piece I decided to explore what impressionism might look like if done by a digital mind. Where the brush strokes would normally be smooth and gestural I made them sharp and jagged. Only upon getting close up with the canvas can one see the cold technique that emulates a warmer impressionistic feel from afar.” – Biagio Black