Shanti Ranchetti

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Shanti Ranchetti
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Image courtesy of the artist
© Shanti Ranchetti

“The Siamese twins represent the impossibility of being separated as families in this period of quarantine, protected by those flowers that are a symbol of a barrier to the outside but also of rebirth when all of this will be over”.

“Le gemelle siamesi rappresentano l’impossibilità’ di stare separate come nei nuclei familiari in questo periodo di quarantena, protette da quei fiori che sono simbolo di barriera verso l’esterno ma anche la rinascita quando tutto sarà finito”.

Shanti Ranchetti (Milan, Italy, 1970). She studied in Milan where she graduated in illustration at the School of Applied Art for Industry at Castello Sforzesco. She has worked as a set designer and decorator and since 1999 has been entirely focused on illustration and painting. She has collaborated with numerous companies including Plasmon and Aprica and with various magazines including Caffelatte and The End. She lives and works in Treviso.

Shanti Ranchetti (Milano, Italia, 1970). Studia a Milano dove si diploma in illustrazione alla Scuola d’Arte applicata all’Industria del Castello Sforzesco. Ha lavorato come scenografa e decoratrice e dal 1999 si dedica interamente all’illustrazione e alla pittura. Ha collaborato con numerose aziende tra cui Plasmon e Aprica e con varie riviste tra le quali Caffelatte e The End. Vive e lavora a Treviso.