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The work A look at New York cm 150x200 in black and white represents the series of paintings based on America in the 50s of a post-war America in full economic development. The desire to get out of poverty and the restrictions of the conflict can be seen in the representation of ladies dressed with bon ton, men with elegant suits and made taylor. A look at the many Skyscrapers that will symbolize New York
The work A look at New York is part of the first lucky pictorial cycle in black and white loved by Andrea Baruffi, on the stories of life in America in the 1950s. In his paintings the desire to get out of the drama of the Second World War is conveyed. Elegantly dressed bon ton people, the rebirth represented by the numerous Skyscraping in continuous construction that make America and in particular New York, the symbol of the new earth, of progress and of "Where everything is possible".
Andrea Baruffi was born in 1949 on the Bolognese hills. After attending the artistic high school, he embarks on the path of architecture and graduates in Bologna. Almost immediately he left for the United States and lived in New York for over 40 years, making an amazing career in illustration first and then in communication.
He works for the major American magazines and the most important agencies such as Young & Rubicam, Gray Advertising… Become Creative Director for Dover Corporation Annual Report. He curates the creative campaign for Artemide of America.His graphic creativity and artistic qualities give him enormous notoriety.
Since 1993 he has devoted himself intensely to painting inspired by the works of Edward Hopper. He begins a first cycle of important works representing his New York of the 50s totally in black and white with large formats (Central Station, Queen Mary, West side, Central Park, the street games of Harlem ...) The success is guaranteed ! Participate in the most important exhibitions from New York, Miami, Singapore.
In recent years his pictorial cycle has undergone a great change. It becomes more ironic, colorful, surreal and the lock down gives it an even greater and more fun creative charge! It is his way of living this sad Society in the most cheerful way possible.
Numerous are his appearances in the art fairs from Artefiera Bologna, Miami art, Strasbourg.