• Ambienti Glamour

    Ambienti Glamour

    The Design signed Ambienti Glamour brings to your home a touch of irony and elegance at the same time, with the sparkling statuettes full of colors and joy.

  • Andrea Baruffi

    Andrea Baruffi

    Andrea Baruffi's works represent in the panorama of living contemporary art, all the pictorial synthesis of graphics, pop art, surrealism and irony. We would say a super original and patented artistic trend with an eclectic character but above all with an intrinsic optimism after more than 40 years of American adoption in the Big Apple.

    Andrea Baruffi's career has always been a crescendo of highly successful pictorial strands, from nostalgic representations of America in the 70s, to the fun and surreal lockdown in a deserted Manhattan to animals in luxurious branded sofas. Having a figurative work by Andrea Baruffi, entertains and relaxes any home and work environment following the slogan yes you can!

  • Angelique Cruz

    Angelique Cruz


    Angelique Cruz, eclectic and creative French artist. His inspirations are not tied to a single art form that he considers binding and restrictive. She loves experimenting with different techniques from resins to collages to dripping using pictorial materials ranging from ink, enamels, acrylics. Angelique is an advocate of the new Pop art which she expresses through her passion for music and the seventh art (making cinema). Through the music of her favorite groups, she cuts and cuts the images she carefully selects. Once the work is completed, Angélique coats it with epoxy resin to give brilliance and bring out the colors..

    Angélique's other movement revolves around the "DRIPPING ART".

    It is another facet of his softer and more poetic personality that the artist highlights by drawing inspiration from nature.

  • Antonella Benanzato

    Antonella Benanzato

    Abstractionist, he works with oil and mixed techniques on canvas, forex panels and fabrics. Its chromatic scale corresponds to that music she devised based on the frequencies and pitches of the sounds. For years he has been conducting research on the effects of sound and color on meditative and non-ordinary states of consciousness. Issues he has addressed with neuroscientists and quantum physicists.

  • Antonio Murgia

    Antonio Murgia

    Antonio Murgia 's Pop Art takes us into profound considerations on the era of mass media, with a riot of colors, his paintings and collages will leave you speechless.

  • Antonio Tamburro

    Antonio Tamburro

    Antonio Tamburro 's famous use of color has brought Italian painting overseas, thanks to his endless displays of oil and acrylic paintings on canvas.

  • Claudio Malacarne

    Claudio Malacarne

    Claudio Malacarne 's oil painting on canvas has given this artist international fame in over 40 years of post-impressionist career. In this section his latest works.

  • Constantin Migliorini

    Constantin Migliorini

    Constantin Migliorini 's paintings make us discover a contemporary art that marries psychoanalysis in a series of figures painted on a very complicated support: the lute.

  • Daniele Miglietta Design

    Daniele Miglietta Design

    Daniele Miglietta's Italian Design offers a series of furnishing lamps with an exceptional evocative power, a touch of class and magic in every room.

  • Dimitris Bakopanos

    Dimitris Bakopanos

    Contemporary art takes a dip in the past with works inspired by the Greek statues of Dimitris Bakopanos , his paintings bring the gods of Olympus to life with over 40 layers of brushstrokes.

  • Gabriele Zago

    Gabriele Zago

    Gabriele Zago 's travel photos tell terrible and wonderful stories, with messages that are always new and conceptually interesting, this photographer tells us the events from all over the world.

  • Giada Ferrari

    Giada Ferrari

    Giada Ferrari's works cross the border between sculpture and images derived from photography with a light and silent flight, paper butterflies reconstruct three-dimensional situations along an orderly logical construction. Born in 1980, after classical art studies and an in-depth study in Graphic Design, she was struck by Michael Murphy's installation works, where giant sections of different sizes compose faces suspended by nylon threads. Fascinated by works that allow you to see the subject portrayed only from a certain angle, her research arrives in works that take shape once the illusion of space is perceived, making the subject three-dimensional.

    Giada Ferrari's works are in fact composed of small paper butterflies that reconstruct portraits through the orderly decomposition of the figures, as in a contemporary entomological box.

    After spending 20 years working as a graphic designer in the corporate branding space, he began creating collages from magazines accumulated at home, until he found a fusion between digital and image cropping.

    Hundreds of butterflies characterize the artist's works, which she defines as "multidimensional."

  • Giulia Magnaguagno

    Giulia Magnaguagno

    Giulia Magg's travel photographs bring back fragments of life collected from all over the world, portraying a still moment in time of shops, works, people and stories.

  • Giuseppe Guanci

    Giuseppe Guanci

    The Zen and the art of copper wires by Giuseppe Guanci , in his long research as an artist and architect, ended up working around an idea considered unrepresentable in the West: emptiness, a taboo of our culture since Plato's time. .

  • Iskra Shahaj

    Iskra Shahaj

    Iskra Shahaj 's oil paintings give us contemporary art with a classic flavor, with an impressionist touch reminiscent of Hopper's lesson.

  • Marlene Compostella

    Marlene Compostella

    The contemporary works of art by Marlene Compostella give a touch of light to all the rooms, giving refinement and harmony to the interiors.

  • Massimo Bietti

    Massimo Bietti

    Massimo Bietti 's photography enters the observer's heart with a series of contemporary art photographs, this artist gives life to a project that fits into the vein of Kevin Carter and Steve McCurry.

  • Maurizio Piovan

    Maurizio Piovan

    The contemporary art of Maurizio Piovan fits into the current of abstract expressionism, following the example of great masters such as Alechinsky, Vedova, Dova.

  • Michele Liparesi

    Michele Liparesi

    The animals of Michele Liparesi a young sculptor and eclectic artist, are made exclusively by hand, using wire mesh joined piece by piece with a hook with a curved beak without any electro-welding. The figures are part of the BESTIARY sculptural cycle and are life size. The metal mesh installations placed on the wall or suspended from the ceiling create projections of shadows on the wall giving a wonderful effect of movement

  • Paolo Troilo

    Paolo Troilo

    Paolo Troilo 's paintings are painted with his bare hands, with an enormous pictorial mastery. These works of art have made the artist famous throughout the panorama of international contemporary painting.

  • Pier Toffoletti

    Pier Toffoletti

    Pier Toffoletti, a highly appreciated artist in the world of contemporary art, his iconic images are the female faces that he calls Face Splash and the very intimate and elegant female bodies. He has been working as an artist for over 30 years. He is represented by many important galleries and countless national and international fairs in which he has successfully participated. His works are known all over the world and there are many books that talk about him as a protagonist in contemporary figurative art

  • Rudy Falomi

    Rudy Falomi

    Rudy Falomi 's artistic photography uses the rearview mirror to send an important message in the existence of all observers: stop and look at your surroundings.

  • Sonia Ceccotti

    Sonia Ceccotti

    The contemporary art of Sonia Ceccotti winks at the observer with irony and lightness. An artist who knows no boundaries, he works on difficult substrates such as corrugated cardboard.

  • Sylvie Collu

    Sylvie Collu

    There  "Strip Art" by Sylvie Collu it is a revival of traditional pop art revamped  with a new technique patented by her.

    Subjects favorites are icons from the world of music, cinema, art and fashion.

    Sylvie graphically works the subject she wants to immortalize, partially dresses it  with a weave of strips of painted fine art photographic paper  matching the edges with the background subject  giving a  a three-dimensional final effect. The picture is then completed by a plexiglass case whose final result is original and of great impact, ideal for all environments.

     Movement: Neo-Pop Art

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