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The contemporary art of Maurizio Piovan fits into the current of abstract expressionism, following the example of great masters such as Alechinsky, Vedova, Dova.
Maurizio Piovan is a contemporary Venetian artist, born in 1953. His painting matured in the 70s, a historical period of great ferment and epochal changes. His painting is energy, influenced by the current of abstract expressionism in which language is expressed through multi-material works, whose aesthetic value lies essentially in color. The surprise is precisely the quality of the gesture, the quantity and variety of the chromatic harmonies, a rare innate wisdom, round and matured in the assiduous exercise. A cultivated pictorial ability that best interprets Kandinsky, Burri, Afro, Rotchko, Alechinsky, Vedova, Dova. He has received numerous awards and prizes and has exhibited at prestigious galleries in Italy and abroad.