Daniele Bongiovanni

Daniele Bongiovanni

Daniele Bongiovanni (born in Palermo, Italy in 1986) is an Italian painter. He received a Bachelor (BFA) and Master of Fine Arts (MFA) cum laude at the Academy of Fine Arts, Palermo. His painting focuses on the natural space and the human figure. His subjects, although inspired by the reality, have an idealized and rarefied configuration, characteristics motivated by a deep conceptuality. During his career he realizes several thematic cycles that he presents in museums and galleries in Italy and abroad. He exhibits also in numerous contemporary art events including the Venice Biennale. His major solo exhibitions include: Collezione Pelle Sporca, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Venice (in the context 53rd Venice Biennale, 2009); Mundus, CD Arts Gallery, Lugano (2016); Mundus Other, Centro Svizzero, Milan (2016); InEtere, Palazzo della Luce, Turin (2016); Aesthetica Bianca, Embassy of Italy in London (2017); Exist, Palazzo Broletto, Pavia (2018); Con Pura Forma, Raffaella De Chirico Arte Contemporanea, Turin (2019).

About Work

The artists, besides possessing the talent of manual dexterity, also have great communication skills. This difficult period can serve to strengthen communication and the exchange of positive ideas. At the base of the works of artists, there’s sensitivity; the current situation can be a source of inspiration and an opportunity to reflect on life. This is the message of the painting ”Era (The worst of it will pass)”.

You can follow his work at: www.danielebongiovanni.com

Era (The worst of it will pass), Painting, 2020
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