about Alberto Zamboni
Bolonia (Italia), 1971
Alberto Zamboni was born into a respected family of artists, his creative inheritance was further nurtured by the vibrant artistic environment of his home city. He is fascinated by tales of adventure and the great unknown and strives to capture this sense of odyssey within his misty landscapes. The current body of works is a summa of his inspirations. Uninterested in the representation of reality per se; the human figure becomes the pretext to create a oneiric depiction of reality, imagined through the prism of his remembrances. Zamboni tackles the canvas with a simple yet subtle technique; the canvas is applied directly with layers of oil, which is then carefully diluted. The subjects are lightly traced on the canvas, conferring a distinctive non-finito touch, further enhanced by the lack of final varnish. Zamboni has participated in several international art fairs and competitions, such as the prestigious Premio Cairo and the 2011 Venice Biennale. His paintings, aside from being privately collected, feature in some of the most prominent Italian corporate collections including Unicredit Bank.
Como un gorrión rasga la porcelana de la tarde IV, 2020
60 x 60 cm