Marco Tamburro

“The Painting and its great expressive power especially fascinated Tamburro. In a time when there are questions about where this art form is going, he is flooded by picture’s expressive power, capable of translating simple images into means of communication.” 

Featured Works

 

Woman In Red

59 in. x 39 in.
Acrylic on Canvas 
$9,500

Sweet Night

69 in. x 92 in.
Acrylic on Canvas
$16,000

Star Fall

40 in. x 40 in.
Oil on Canvas
$4,800

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 – Biography

Always attracted from Rome for the countless artistic beauties and from the frenetic metropolitan life, so different from the one of Milan, Tamburro moves there. His passion for the stage can feed copiously here: the artist works with various theater companies. Dedicated full-time to painting, he founds a cultural association that focuses exclusively on visual arts and in 1999 he graduates at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.

The cultural Roman environment elevates him to a committed artist. Thanks to a diversified speculation on the same theme, Tamburro reflects deeply on daily life, the compulsion to repeat, to the depersonalization of the human being who exists but does not live, engulfed in a whirlwind busy civic existence, cold, separate, that incessantly grease a mechanism alienating and alienated. Time flows at speeds that make it lose all value.

Published by the most important Italian art magazines, the works of this artist have received praise from art critics, writers and members of the art world as Renato Civello, Maurizio Sciaccaluga, Vito Riviello, Luca Beatrice, Enzo Santese Barbara Martusciello Floriano De Santis, Antonio Arevalo, Ennio Calabria, Gianluca Martians and others, which have defined the personal work of Marco Tamburro as effective in conveying his cynical message: an insightful representation who regularly cancels identities, substantiating the contemporary age of alienating depersonalizations in favor of metal urban fabrics.