After leaving a career in Fashion Management for ethical and personal reasons, Fede Redaelli dedicates his life to the creative impulse he always cultivated since birth.
Utterly in love with Cinema and Photography, and a loving aesthete, he is particularly interested by how socio-political ideologies strongly influence the life of the individuals who naturally fear decontextualisation from society or parts of it, about how audio-visual media can be used as a subtle manipulative tool by the weavers of such ideologies and how art acts as powerful critique weapon on such matters.
Based in London, after graduating at UAL Central Saint Martins, Fede works freelance as Photographer, Filmmaker and Fashion Showroom Seller during the Milan and Paris fashion weeks.
- Open Art Event, Studio B301 - Granary Building - University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins College - Granary Square, London (November 2014)
- “You’re the reason our kids are ugly” Exhibition - Laundry Gallery - Warburton Road, London (March 2015)
- “I can explain” Exhibition - White Gallery @ Russian Club - Kingsland Road, London (June 2015)
- Open Art Event, Elthorne Studios - University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins College - Elthorne Road, London (April 2016)
- “Do, Undo, Redo” Exhibition - University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins College - Granary Square, London (May 2016)
- "POWER - Consumerism & the Culture of Excess" Exhibition - A Side/B Side gallery - Hackney, London (September 2016)
- "Antennae" Exhibition - Angus-Hughes Gallery - Hackney, London (May 2017)