Q: If there was a favourite work of art you could hang or display in your home, which would it be?
MB: Everything in Uffizzi (Art Museum)
Q: If there was one dead artist that you could hang out with for a day, who would that be? Why?
MB: René Magritte, for the enigma that exists in his art.
Portrait of Magritte in front of his painting "The Pilgrim", taken by Lothar Wolleh in 1967
Q: If there were a magic power you could use in your art making, what would it be?
MB: To have ten hands to paint at the same time.
Marta Biagini in front of one of her artworks
Q: If we were going to talk about your art, where would you want to start?
MB: From surrealism.
COMPLEX by Marta Biagini, oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm
Q: What quality in others makes you want to slap them?
MB: Not answering me.
PAINTED WOODEN JEWELRY BOX by Marta Biagini, Acrylic
Q: Art is so subjective, what kind of art is unappealing to you?
MB: I like everything, as long as it is of good quality.
Various objects hand-drawn by Marta Biagini
Q: What's the best piece of advice you've been given as far as your art, inspiration or career?
MB: To look constantly with a "painting eye".
Q: What is the most important for you... the subject, the process or the final work?
MB: All three.
Q: If your work was edible, what would it taste like?
Q: What is the one thing you need in your art studio to work, other than your art supplies?
MB: Good Lighting.
Q: What is your most favourite piece of your artwork, and why?
MB: I cannot distinguish "my children".
Q: In the era of the internet, why do you choose to continue to work with galleries?
MB: Because I believe that the work of art has an energy that is directly transmitted to the audience. The artist expresses the reflections of his soul and emotions in the work, it acquires its own independent spiritual life, and thus has the ability to cause similar vibrations in the viewer.
Q: Now the best part, tell us a joke.
MB: Painting is a form of cheating.
Painting by Marta Biagini