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Tommaso Fattovich

1977
Italy

29 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Delray Beach

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Works by Tommaso Fattovich

Yoppa

2022

122 x 152cm

7200,00 €

Swan Lingo

2022

122 x 152cm

7200,00 €

We can get gum

2022

122 x 152cm

7200,00 €

Girl from Newcastle

2022

76 x 101cm

SOLD

Cuba

2021

122 x 152cm

SOLD

Blondie

2021

76 x 101cm

SOLD

Licking An Orchid

2021

117 x 147.3 x 0.1cm

8200,00 €

Bloom

2021

122 x 152.4 x 0.1cm

8200,00 €

Theme With Noise

2021

122 x 152.4 x 0.1cm

SOLD

Magic Tree

2021

121.9 x 152.4cm

7500,00 €

Trying your Luck

2021

50.8 x 61cm

2100,00 €

Grand Poppy Du Plenty

2021

50.8 x 61cm

2100,00 €

Punk

2021

50.8 x 61cm

2100,00 €

Primavera A Roma

2021

152.4 x 121.9cm

SOLD

Libet's Delay

2021

152.4 x 121.9cm

SOLD

Lee Scratch Perry

2020

250 x 152.4cm

11000,00 €

Today

2020

61 x 61cm

2000,00 €

Knock me down

2020

71 x 76.2cm

SOLD

Hamptons

2020

213.4 x 188cm

SOLD

Speed of Sight

2020

61 x 61cm

SOLD

Red Cloud

2020

213.4 x 188cm

9000,00 €

Overthrow

2019

122 x 153cm

8000,00 €

All In Your Head

2019

122 x 122cm

6000,00 €

Stazione Centrale

2019

122 x 152.5cm

8000,00 €

Wonderland

2019

152.4 x 121.9cm

SOLD

Untitled - Blue

2019

60.9 x 60.9cm

SOLD

Untitled - Black

2019

60.9 x 60.9cm

SOLD

Finder

2018

121.9 x 152.4cm

SOLD

Tommaso Fattovich is an Italian abstract painter who deploys the Surrealist strategy of automatism to create raw, layered, emotive works that convey feelings of desolation and decay.

He lives and works in Delray Beach, Florida. 

Fattovich describes his early life growing up in Milan, Italy, as his first education in the arts. Self-taught as a painter, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a Master of Science in International Business from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.

Fattovich calls his style Abstract Punk. He deliberately rejects traditional techniques in lieu of brut art strategies. 
Painting with a mixture of acrylics and other mediums on large-scale canvases, he uses his hands and other tools, like plaster trowels and forks, adding rough textures and dimensions to his surfaces. “I use whatever I can use to make that mark,” he says. “It’s not even a brush stroke.” 
His compositions evolve according to a subliminal process in which he responds viscerally to the colors, layers, lines and shapes, coaxing each composition along until it reveals itself to him as being finished. 
This, he says, is the most rewarding part of the artistic process: discovering the moment when the work has become “what is was meant to be” then connecting with a viewer who responds to the work.

Fattovich is motivated by a deep inner need to express energy and spontaneity. 
The imagery in his work is a reflection of what he calls “destroyed surreal environments.” 
The rust and rabble of the decaying urban environment, both in his hometown of Milan and his adopted home in Florida, finds its way into his compositions. Fragments of the modern world seem to appear and then disappear in the work. 
The key to his inspiration, he says, is the search for a sensory response to life, which will result in an emotional connection that can be “continually redefined by the viewer.”

2019
1310 GALLERY SAILBOAT BEND - Art Exhibit, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
GALLERY 104 - “HEAL” show, Tribeca, New York
HEATH GALLERY - “MODERNISM” show, Palm Springs, California
BLINK GROUP Projects & LA ART SHOW Los Angeles, California

2018
BLINK GROUP Projects & RED DOT Miami BOOTH R205, Florida
BLINK GROUP FINE ART GALLERY - “WHAT’S ON YOUR WALLS ?”, Miami, Florida
ARTS WAREHOUSE - “FREE ON THE INSIDE” exhibition, Delray Beach, Florida
HEATH GALLERY - “MODERNISM” show, Palm Springs, California
BLINK GROUP Projects & ARTEXPO Las Vegas BOOTH 107, Nevada
BLINK GROUP Projects & LA ART SHOW Los Angeles BOOTH 625, California

2017
BLINK GROUP Projects & SPECTRUM Miami BOOTH 315, Florida
BLINK GROUP FINE ART GALLERY - “EIGHTEEN: THE MOST INFLUENTIAL EMERGING ARTISTS IN MIAMI”, Florida
BOCA RATON MUSEUM OF ART
ART BOCA RATON - INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR

2015-2019
HEATH GALLERY

2014-2017
ALBERTO LINERO GALLERY - ART WALK

2012
FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY - CONTEMPORARY FINE ART AND CRAFTS

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES, EUROPE AND SOUTH AMERICA
Glasser Collection (Florida, U.S.)
Tyghem Collection (Florida, U.S.)
Sands Collection (Florida, U.S.)
Trachtenberg Collection (New York, U.S.)
Juelg Collection (Massachusetts, U.S.)
Karakashian Collection (New Jersey, U.S.)
Dan Collection (London U.K., Milan ITALY)
Tremsky Collection (Sao Paulo, BRAZIL)