Oil painter Aldo Sergio uses traditional tools to create “glitches” on classical still-life and portrait works. Sergio’s work follows other artists utilizing mix of contemporary distortion and centuries-old influences, yet his work stands apart in his convincing rendering of both aspects and his specific concepts arising out of this approach.
“After graduating from Art School, he went on to study a Anthropology chose to move holistic approach to art,” a statement says. “Cornerstone of its current artistic research is the mixture of archaic and contemporary elements, creating a tension between the essentiality of empty spaces, full anachronistic symbolism and minimalist simplicity.”
See more of Sergio’s work below.