I would like to report that this website has been reorganized, simplifying its viewing.
After the January event in Milan, it’s time to fly to Belgium for Brussels Affordable Art Fair 2019 edition. The Eye Contemporary Art gallery will be there to present my works from 14th to 17 March @ Tour & Taxis. More infos in the links below, get in contact for VIP tickets. http://www.eyecontemporaryart.com/ https://affordableartfair.com/fairs/brussels
Eye Contemporary Art gallery will showcase various works of mine at Brussels Affordable Art Fair, 15-18th March 2018 – Tour & Taxis, B1000 Brussels. If you would like to receive invitation for the fair, please write to my email address http://www.eyecontemporaryart.com/ https://affordableartfair.com/fairs/brussels
The website has been updated with the latest done paintings, both on canvas and paper. Now you can find my works also on Instagram at the following address: https://www.instagram.com/francesco.dadamo/
Ponte dei Sospiri / Bridge of Sighs – mixed media on canvas, cm. 70×100 – 2017 Hesperia – mixed media on canvas, cm. 65×95 – 2017 Carthago – mixed media on canvas, cm. 70×100 – 2017
Following the link to the Paper Series you’ll find a new collection started on 2017 and still in development called “Melodie”. As in music a melody is defined “sequence of notes that makes up a musical phrase” so those works create a single visual theme using lines (rhythm) and colors (notes), trying to achieve an audiovisual […]
In the following video you will see the XelmYa duo performing a concept piece inspired by one of my paintings from the Limbic series. The performance was held in Berlin on 20.11.2016 for the Fat Cat Concert Series curated by Sylvia Hinz. https://www.facebook.com/XelmYa https://sylviahinz.wordpress.com/
New works have been added to the Mikrokosmos collection, reaching now the number 55/153. https://francescodadamo.com/gallery-view/mikrokosmos/
New works from from the “Mikrokosmos” collection has been uploaded at this address: https://francescodadamo.com/gallery-view/mikrokosmos/ As for the whole collection, they are all made with enamels, bitumen and solvents on paper with a range of dimensions going to 11×11 to 50×70 cm.