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Azimut Café’s latest event, “E Poi Verra la Primavera,” turned Marina Casa de Campo into a haven of art and music on Saturday, September 9. Against the backdrop of luxury yachts, architect-turned-artist Gianfranco Fini showcased his abstract expressionist talent, seamlessly merging jazz melodies and captivating artistry.
Fini’s artistic evolution, from architecture to abstract expressionism, took center stage. Like a spring awakening, this transition marked a significant chapter in Fini’s creative journey, influenced by luminaries like Schifano, Festa, and Angel.
Soon to be displayed at Galería Arte San Ramon, Fini’s works departed from his earlier geometric style, embracing newfound freedom inspired by CY Twombly (Edward Parker Jr.), his muse. This transformation allowed Fini to translate his architectural vision into canvas masterpieces that ignited the imagination.
Starting at 6 P.M., live jazz music created an enchanting atmosphere, inviting relaxation and celebration, making it the perfect way to end a Saturday night.
With this event, Fini and Azimut Café encouraged guests to pause, reflect, and immerse themselves in the unique blend of music and art, emphasizing the beauty in life’s simplicity and the unexpected.
In a fast-paced world, “E Poi Verra la Primavera” served as a reminder to embrace the extraordinary within the ordinary.
Gianfranco Fini and Azimut Café extend their gratitude to the Casa de Campo community and attendees, creating a night where art and music gracefully intertwined, leaving an indelible mark on all who attended.