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Enrico Pambianchi

1969
Ostellato di Ferrara, Italy

20 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Milan, Italy

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Works by Enrico Pambianchi

Untitled

2018

25 x 36cm

Joker

2018

25 x 36cm

Interno giapponese

2018

36 x 50cm

350,00 €

Matrimonio (Freak Show)

2018

177 x 149cm

2800,00 €

Lottatori di Sumo

2018

124 x 176cm

2800,00 €

Marilyn Monroe

2020

22 x 33cm

350,00 €

Pulp japanese

2015

29.7 x 21cm

JFK

2015

80 x 100cm

2100,00 €

Gran Budapest Burdhel

2015

70 x 90cm

1900,00 €

Patti

2015

100 x 70cm

2000,00 €

Chewing Gum

2015

100 x 70cm

2000,00 €

The Family

2018

70 x 58.5cm

Boom-Thoom

2013

50 x 70cm

Shirley

2018

74 x 90cm

Curly Top

2018

100 x 120cm

Enrico Pambianchi was born at Ostellato di Ferrara in 1969. He is a self-taught, young and eclectic artist who tries many techniques and styles, using different materials.

At the beginning fe was a figurative painter inspirated by classical art and overall by the art of Wainer Vaccari and Remo Brindisi. From 2000he changes his style: at first he experiment with the informal and abstract painting, at last he is an informal figurative artist who works with mixed techniques.

His favourite subjects are protagonists of comics and historical personalities: from Captain America to Steve Rogers and Frankenstein (the modern "Prometeus" for Pambianchi). He revisits masterpieces by great Spanish masters like Rembrandt and Velazquez and he also works on movie sets by Michelangelo Antonioni.

He is specialized in collages. He uses resin, oil, liquefied plastic, engraving, pastel. He starts from a photographic picture and he divides it into squares as though he had to do a prospective work. Then he revisits the subject with painting, cutting newspapers, essential notes on the board of canvas which help observants to understand the ironic and sarcastic meaning of the work. 

He defines his style "Iperrealismo Visionario" because he represents historical and modern icons or disquieting personality of pop culture who are looking for release. Popular subjects who recover peace and calm through a great irony which separates them from their distressing nature.

Some works of him are conserved in private collections (Rina Cavallini - Sgarbi's mother and an important collector of Florence) and at the Civic Gallery of Ferrara.

"May Frankenstein wear bermuda shorts with rose flowers to redeem himself? May Mickey Mouse represent Schutzstaffel of Hitler? May San Sebastiano martyrdom by Mantegna happen in Lakehurst (New Jersey) under plumbean skies? May Captain America (Steve Rogers) spare the tagic event of LZ 129 Hindenburg? Have you ever seen "Las Meninas" by Diego Velazquez crying blood?