Talking About: Fernando Carpaneda. Carpaneda attended the live Talk Show, Talking About, at Blip TV in Queens (New York).
The New York Times published an article about “On Our Backs: The Revolutionary Art of Queer Sex Work”, an exhibition featuring two sculptures by Fernando Carpaneda at the Leslie Lohman Museum.
I transform my sculptures into a kind of reliquary, where you can identify several references to the models; Phrases, poetry, human hair...
Punk and Gothic culture has always interested me. I joined the Gothic movement in the 80's. I have always loved Siouxie and The Banshees and bands linked to the Gothic movement.
I wish my works can reach an audience that appreciates art regardless of being gay or straight.
My sculptures and paintings are experimental works on material and feelings. I think I can explore new possibilities sculpting the human body and new forms.
The Best of Punk Globe Magazine Carpaneda Paintings Are Featured in the Book. This book includes stand-out interviews with Debbie Harry, Joe Dallesandro, Pauley Perrete and More!
Fernando Carpaneda CREATES SCULPTURES AND PAINTINGS WITH AN AGGRESSIVE CREATIVITY WITHIN THE PUNK AND HOMOEROTIC GENRES. HIS DIVERSITY CELEBRATING... More: