Maurizio Bongiovanni


Maurizio Bongiovanni’s paintings look like the effects of the past, or perhaps the future making its stamp on the present. But what makes Maurizio’s imagery even more effective is his choice of mundane subjects. Birds – sweet, chirpy, perched – suffering the effects of having fallen through refractive cracks… or their existence stretched as they fall toward some unforseen black hole?

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  • I’m a fan. When I see an artist new to me, and the first thing I ask is “What the hell is that??” Its normally a good thing.

  • MAN

    love the hands like really love them, the birds series just seems silly like there is no meaning behind them and you are just doing it because you have no other inspiration. brilliant though