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Teti

1987
Milan, Italy

29 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Milan

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Works by Teti

Work Hard

2022

50 x 70cm

Vieni

2022

50 x 70cm

Tutto Fatto

2022

50 x 70cm

Tocca

2022

50 x 70cm

Suca III

2022

50 x 70cm

Suca II

2022

50 x 70cm

Seno

2022

50 x 70cm

No Name VII

2022

50 x 70cm

No Name VI

2022

50 x 70cm

Horny

2022

50 x 70cm

Duro Duro

2022

50 x 70cm

Conta

2022

50 x 70cm

Buco

2022

50 x 70cm

Yellow II

2022

50 x 70cm

No Name V

2022

50 x 70cm

Fare

2022

50 x 70cm

No Name IV

2022

50 x 70cm

No Name III

2022

50 x 70cm

No Name II

2022

50 x 70cm

No Name I

2022

50 x 70cm

Yellow

2022

50 x 70cm

Ama

2022

50 x 70cm

Vengo in Pace

2021

100 x 100cm

340,00 €

Suca

2021

80 x 120cm

340,00 €

Sfogo

2021

50 x 70cm

Fatto

2021

80 x 100cm

320,00 €

Ridi

2021

80 x 80cm

290,00 €

Buon Senso

2021

80 x 120cm

SOLD

Matteo Piccolo, aka Teti, was born in Milan in 1987, where he still lives and works in the southwestern suburbs of the city. Since he was a child He approached the world of art, especially Street Art, which he daily met on the streets. In his early teens, he studied and practiced as a self-taught, artistic techniques such as stencil-art, poster-art and screen printing. Over the years He experimented successfully with new techniques such as: anaglyphic graphics and 3D prints, drawing inspiration from the great contemporary international artists and modern, getting very close to the Pop Art movement. Starting from 2011 he realizes many personal exhibitions located in private spaces.

For Teti, the inner world of man, the deepest emotions and sensations, constitute the starting point of his art. Each work communicates states of mind of restlessness and anxiety, the same that the artist felt during the entire creative process: from mental planning to its final realization. The subjects represented by the artist are extraordinarily evocative and enigmatic. The simple and primitive lines made with the roller refer to rock engravings, a purge of language from all its most elaborate forms, to get to the primitive heart: the sign. An art based on improvisation.