Fabio Renato Cammarata was born in Caltanissetta, in a family with generations of experience in creating jewellery. In 1989, he moved to Milan where, in 1994, he chose to devote himself full time to jewellery, having worked with some of the most prestigious names in Italian fashion: Gianfranco Ferrè and Diego Della Valle.

In his atelier, located in Brianza’s countryside, he creates exclusive jewels for his clients and he also works for a large maison designing their jewellery and accessories.

Fabio Cammarata has an innate love for the material and unconventional sensitivity. His aim in experimenting with metals to remove their “immobility”. Yellow, white and pink gold, become precious fabrics. Metals are skilfully combined to produce the effect of light silk, the reflection effect of taffeta and the transparency of fine lace. Volumes become a form of architecture around the object, in a game of alternating past memories and visions of the future. “...Luxury has various different facets, like a diamond. Luxury is not only a question of being able to buy expensive things but also a sense of exclusivity and excellence.”

Fabio Cammarata´s jewels are sold in many major national and international stores (Milan, Florence; New York, Beverly Hills, Chicago, San Francisco, Las Vegas). His works have been exhibited in several prestigious museums (La Triennale in Milan, the Italian Institute of Culture in Madrid, the Kunstgewerbe Museum in Berlin, the Pietro Accorsi Museum of Decorative Arts in Turin). In 2007 the city of Padua dedicated a retrospective exhibition to this artist in recognition of his many years of activity and creative research dedicated to designer jewellery.

Since 1995, he has been project leader of the “Jewellery” training course at the Domus Academy in Milan.

The works of Fabio Cammarata have been published in books, museum catalogues, several Italian magazines and international journals.
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