I tell him ‘my Fellini’ because I see somehting about Felini in him. I am crazy abour art and I love what he does– Moria Casan | The One
Who is Humberto Poidomani, the plastic artist with whom Moria Casán established an “intellectual tantric connection”?
The man who managed to convince the diva to bet on love again defines himself on his website as a “self-taught art” and entrepreneur. Poidomani has been dedicated to the world of visual arts for more than two decades, and many of his productions are inspired by social and environmental issues.
“He is a highly sought-after artist. He lives in Miami and exhibits his works in two very important galleries. Soon he will also exhibit in Paris and in Rome,” Casán commented a few weeks ago when asked what his partner does. In this sense, when visiting the artist’s Instagram gallery, one of his most commented collections is a summary of the most remembered political moments in Argentine history. Under the name “The political saga”, Poidomani recounts six decades of events through 16 paintings.
True to her roguish style, the diva told Incorrectly about some infidences about her intimate life as a couple: “We have a very big connection. We make love with the brain, which is the most important organ. We have ‘intellectual tantric sex.’ two of us have already done everything in life, and we don’t need the traditional. “ And he deepened: “He reads to Nietzsche, I read Aldous Huxley; then Shakespeare, and so on. Those are our meetings in intimacy, all mental.”
Thus, without going around the reasons that make this relationship different, Casán explained: “He awoke an admiration that I rarely felt in my life. It gives me something to say ‘boyfriend’ because I have already been a widow, married, single, divorced, and lover, so I went through all the civil states. “