In the latest years he has been developing a language strongly influenced by 17th and 19th century artists on the one hand, and by photography and contemporary image processing tools such as Photoshop and 3-D graphics, on the other hand. By means of these state-of-the-art and traditional techniques, he manages to expand the limits of what is paintable - paintable in the sense of representable - in a way that does not exhaust itself as conceptual art does, and that enables him to articulate modern reality with typical Baroque questions such as the elusiveness, illusoriness and reversibility of vision.

Victoria Kämmerer.
Genoa, 2011