The art of Gina Brezini crosses the boundaries of genres and media to reflect a layered and veiled reality, in which the human figure and soul take a center stage. Her projects entail the mixing of materials, images and colors into different forms of art, all of which move smoothly from one form to another. Her sculptures have elements of painting, her installations have the presence of sculpture, and her photographs feel like abstract paintings. Her artwork is a force majeur of multi-media exploration into the struggles and triumphs of man and women in a world of intense colors, metal wires, naked bodies, nets, grids, ropes, words, patterns, deities, and urban landscapes. Her works are laden with sensory detail but they search, like a laser beam, for one central target the human spirit.