MARCELLO

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

Red Cox


Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci Artiste | Chlorine | hyperrealism cars porsche | Marciano Contemporary Art contemporain Paris

Chlorine III


Acrylic on canvas
86 x 150 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci Artist | Trip Op | voiture hyperrealistic wolkswagen | Marciano Contemporary Art Gallery Place des Vosges

Trip Op


Acrylic on canvas
90 x 150 cm
Unique piece

Marcello Petisci Artiste | Gas Monkey | voiture underwater hyperréaliste | Marciano Contemporary Art Galerie Place des Vosges

Gas Monkey


Acrylic on canvas
97 x 155 cm
Unique piece

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
Unique piece

MARCELLO

BIOGRAPHIE

Marcello was born in Belgium, in 1963. He studied Advertising and Design, at the CAD in Brussels. However, he also attended the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Marcello is influenced by the Pop Art, but aslo the hyperrealism. The blue color obsesses him. He paints vintage and contemporary cars such as Bugatti, Cadillac, Ferrari, Porsche drowned into swimming pools or forgotten under the sea. There’s a car for every car lover and the artist invites us to dive in his universe. Sometimes in pools, sometimes in the sea these drown cars captivate the viewers’ attention. At the same times there’s a movement, the little waves and rounds at the surface of the water, and the car is standing still. It’s like it’s a suspended moment in in which you hold your breathe before diving in.

“My painting is realistic, even hyper-realistic, often with iconographic images of car. I put these cars in all possible states and situations. Before I start painting, I examine the variables object I am about to represent. I analyze the form of the main subject and of its given place within the painting.  Each element in the picture has been considered and then chosen for the space it occupies in relation to the other elements already in place.” Marcello. His work is already in many collections across the world even in Dubaï. You can find his Underwater series of cars in Marciano Contemporary galleries.

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