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Biomorphic Drawings by Alessandro Sicioldr

Italian artist Alessandro Sicioldr's drawings are clean and simple. In the monochromatic pieces, light gray shading barely indicates volume and form, yet the round, egg-like shapes and winding branches he renders become acutely pronounced like figures in over-exposed photographs. Bosch is a major influence on Sicioldr. But rather than focusing on a hellish depiction of monstrous characters, Sicioldr's surreal blends of creatures, plant life and organic shapes invites viewers to consider the connection between all beings as we view his strange, alternate universe.

Italian artist Alessandro Sicioldr’s drawings are clean and simple. In the monochromatic pieces, light gray shading barely indicates volume and form, yet the round, egg-like shapes and winding branches he renders become acutely pronounced like figures in over-exposed photographs. Bosch is a major influence on Sicioldr. But rather than focusing on a hellish depiction of monstrous characters, Sicioldr’s surreal blends of creatures, plant life and organic shapes invites viewers to consider the connection between all beings as we view his strange, alternate universe.

 

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