Carlo Colli, born in Ribera in Sicily in 1968, after graduating from the State Art Institute of Sciacca, will finish his studies in 1991 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, where he currently lives and works. The matrix of his work is the analysis aimed more at experimenting with the operational processes of pictorial language than at its purpose, which interprets and redefines painting as reality itself and not necessarily as a tool to emotionally replicate or filter it. His latest projects are: "Post", "Skin" and "Recompose". He has participated in numerous collective and personal exhibitions, and in as many fairs. It is in the permanent collection of the CAMUSAC of Cassino. He took part in the "The Tower of Babel" project on the occasion of the inauguration of the Pecci Museum.
Skin N92 - pittura bianca strappata su carta, 2 - 35x25cm 2015
2019 - "Carlo Colli, One man show. Skin and Recompose ”, curated by Leonardo Conti and Claudio Tovazzi, PoliArt Contemporary gallery, BAF, Bergamo. 2018 - "KUNST / OFF Carlo Colli - Maurizio Savini" curated by Luca Sposato, Luisa Catucci Gallery, Berlin. - "The free work", edited by Leonardo Conti and Claudio Tovazzi, Palazzo Libera, municipality of Villa Lagarina (TN). 2017 - "Recompose - Carlo Colli interpreted by the gallery owner Giulia Ponziani", critical text by Lorenzo Cipriani, STUDIO 38 Contemporary Art Gallery, Pistoia. 2016 - "Vulnus et vultus", curated by Leonardo Conti and Sara Bastianini, presentation by Raffaele Tovazzi, Rovereto PoliArt Contemporary gallery, Rovereto ideas factory 2015 - "Carlo Colli - The Others Art Fair", DieMauer gallery, Ex Carcere Le Nuove, Turin. - "nothing is as you see", text by Luca Sposato, DIEMAUER art gallery Contemporary, Prato. 2013 - "Nomadic cards - the indestructible transience of painting", edited by Leonardo Conti, PoliArt Contemporary, Milan. - "MOVED", text by Martina Sunè, DIEMAUER contemporary art gallery, Prato. - " Section # 1 ", critical text by Carolina Lio, gallery Artcore gallery contemporary project, Bari. And numerous group exhibitions.