Works & Biography
Tomaso Albertini, Monster in my Head, 2022, Cardboard and Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 72 In.
About Tomaso Albertini
Tomaso Albertini (Italian, born 1984)
Tomaso Albertini, a Milan, Italy native, obtained his B.A. from The Academy of Fine Arts
and Illustration, Milano. His artistic achievements have been recognized by Sotheby’s,
which selected him as the face for the “Old Masters Meet the Street” project. His work is
prominently featured in private collections and has been exhibited by esteemed
galleries in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Dubai, Milan, Venice, and Turin. Tomaso has participated in prominent art fairs including Art Basel, Scope Miami, and Urban Art Fair NYC.
In 2015, he relocated to New York City, where the urban landscape and energy became
a primary source of inspiration. The contrast of wealth and poverty in the city profoundly
influences his choice of mediums and color palettes. Tomaso Albertini adapts a
distinctive and unique artistic technique, creating three-dimensional art through the
assembly of cardboard sculptures on canvas, which are then complemented by his
painting. This approach injects a dynamic quality into his artworks, transforming
everyday materials like cardboard into potent artistic mediums.
After eight years spent in New York City, Tomaso currently resides and works in Naples, Florida. Beyond his artistic pursuits, he is a vocal proponent of art's potential to drive meaningful change, using his artwork to collaborate with and support nonprofit organizations such as Rainforest Alliance, Mission Blue, and Fabien Cousteau’s Ocean Learning Center.
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