With his work centered on human emotion, photographer Fabio Stachi seeks the intimate relationship of body dialectics as a means of artistic expression in which flesh manifests itself as language of a distressed, ambivalent body... conflicted.
Born in Sao Paulo and graduated in graphic design, Stachi early developed a taste for art. As a teenager, he studied drawing and over the years explored his skills in the world of photography. With his growing personal and artistic maturity and through his sensitivity and surrender to photography it began dominating his life.
Influenced by the lights and shadows of Caravaggio, by the female figure's sensuality in the paintings of Pino Daeni and the audacity of Jan Saudek's photos, Stachi's work invites a dialogue with human restlessness, charged with emotions and provocation. He is not held to rules and preconceived esthetic standards, each of his works challenges itself with the processes that involve his artistic discoveries. He shows an image as a continual flow of life, with a qualified eye, unblinkingly focused on thoughts of the unthinkable.