Fabio Dal Boni
Airport Link, 2018, Photograph painted and infused on aluminum, $3,500.00
I love buildings. I spent the first twenty-five years of my life designing: buildings, bridges, stadiums, tunnels. I studied Engineering at the University of Florence, and I became a journalist and a photographer. I still talked about buildings, architecture, and infrastructure.
Over the years, I have become an international mediator in the construction sector. Among the most important litigation settlements, I am proud to have worked on the new Panama Canal, as a strategic consultant, and as an artist.
My first experience in public art, and working with public agencies was precisely in an airport context with an exhibition of my artworks at the Milan International Airports. The 1999 exhibition was called, "The Sense of Travel," involved more than five million passengers photographed and displayed on the walls of the airport in one year.