MARCELLO

Marcello © Marciano Contemporary
Marcello | Rainbow Porsche | voiture porsche arc en ciel piscine eau bleu | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery contemporain

Rainbow Porsche


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
Unique piece


Chlorine IV


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
Unique piece


Double 8


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
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White Mustang


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
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Porsche n°9


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
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Marcello | Shell | voiture porsche white shell piscine eau bleu | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery contemporain

Shell


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
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Marcello | Blue Atlantique | voiture porsche white piscine eau bleu | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery contemporain

Atlantique Blue


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
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Marcello | Mini | voiture mini cooper england drapeau piscine eau bleu | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery contemporain

Mini


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 146 cm
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Marcello | Porsche n°77 | voiture porsche piscine eau bleu| Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery contemporain

Porsche n°77


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 150 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci Artist | Red Cox | hyperréalisme car rouge | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Paris

Red Cox


Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm
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Marcello Petisci Artiste | Chlorine | hyperrealism cars porsche | Marciano Contemporary Art contemporain Paris

Chlorine III


Acrylic on canvas
86 x 150 cm
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Marcello Petisci Artist | Trip Op | voiture hyperrealistic wolkswagen | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Place des Vosges

Trip Op


Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm
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Marcello Petisci Artiste | Gas Monkey | voiture underwater hyperréaliste | Marciano Contemporary Art Galerie Place des Vosges

Gas Monkey


Acrylic on canvas
97 x 155 cm
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Marcello Petisci Artist | Positano | hyperréalisme car fiat | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Paris

Positano


Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci Artiste | French blue | hyperrealism cars | Marciano Contemporary Art contemporain Paris

French blue


Acrylic on canvas
94 x 146 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci Artist | Pure Water | voiture underwater hyperréaliste porsche | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Paris

Pure Water


Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci Artiste | Dark Sea | voiture hyperrealistic porsche | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Place des Vosges

Dark Sea


Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm
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Marcello Petisci | Car voiture | Block résine | Art Gallery paris place des Vosges Marciano Contemporary

Block A


Resin
30 x 25 x 25 cm
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Marcello Petisci | Car voiture Porsche | Block résine | Art Gallery paris place des Vosges Marciano Contemporary

Block B 


Resin
32 x 26 x 26 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci | Car voiture | Block résine | Art Gallery paris place des Vosges Marciano Contemporary

Block C 


Resin
30 x 43 x 25 cm
Unique piece

MARCELLO

BIOGRAPHIE

Marcello was born in 1963. Originally from Belgium, he still lives and works there. After studying advertising and design at the CAD in Brussels, his hometown, he trained at the Beaux-Arts. After his studies, he decided to become an illustrator. He describes this professional experience as most rewarding. Moreover, regarding the improvement of his painting technique. Once he became a painter, Marcello chose to exploit his incredible meticulousness and his qualities as a reproducer by getting closer to the current of hyperrealism.

Through his Underwater series, he creates paintings that are as attractive as they are breathtaking. His work is characterized in particular by iconographic inclusions of automobiles. These are depicted with the greatest realism. Staged through somewhat incongruous situations, these exceptional cars are immersed by the artist in aquatic environments. Mustang, Cadillac and Porsche are thus reinvented through a pictorial universe as surprising as it is relaxing.

Whether in swimming pools or in the meanders of the sea bed, Marcello’s cars seem to be drawn from a dream. Here, realism confronts the unusual and feeds the imagination. In this way, the artist tends to transform the figurative into the abstract.

“Before starting to paint, I examine variables such as the nature of the subjects painted, the form of the main subject and the place given to it within the painting. Each element in the frame was considered and finally adopted for the space it occupies in relation to other elements already in place. »

Discover the realizations of his Underwater series in the Marciano Contemporary galleries. 

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