Inspired by Chaos: The Eerie Surrealism of Fulvio Di PiazzaBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/inspired-by-chaos-the-eerie-surrealism-of-fulvio-di-piazza
It's sad, but we can confidently say that there are a lot of good artists today, but there are only a few who are able to shock with their works. These few include the Italian artist from Sicily Fulvio Di Piazza( Fulvio Di Piazza), whose paintings are majestic, terrible and symbolic.
The artist Fulvio Di Piazza was born in 1969 in Syracuse, Sicily, and currently lives and works in another city of his native island — Palermo. Fulvio is a professional artist who graduated with honors from the Academy of Urbino Art, where he studied painting and sculpture.
Fulvio became famous relatively recently. Recognition came to the artist after a personal insert held in Rome in 2007. Visitors enthusiastically accepted the extraordinary works of the Sicilian and offers from gallery owners fell one after another.
Many consider Di Piazza to be a "modern Bosch", although it is quite obvious that Di Piazza has its own unique style of writing. The works of Fulvio Di Piazza are made in oil, although it is difficult to believe this because of the incredible detail. The artist depicts non-existent worlds in which there is no logic, but there are many things that more than replace it.
Clouds and streams of smoke of different colors, burning lava, toxic bright plants and scorched deserts-the viewer sees despair, death, Armageddon. At the same time, everyone who is familiar with the work of Di Piazza does not leave a strange feeling that the master painted what he saw with his own eyes.
The ability to portray as reliably as possible what does not exist in nature is one of the most valuable facets of the artist's talent. Photos of paintings are unable to convey their monumentality and the spirit of hopelessness, but you can be sure that by visiting the master's exhibition, you will never be able to forget it.