I live in Rovigo, I work in Ferrara.
Graduated as a surveyor, I have a certificate of Advertising Graphic Designer, I have been cultivating a passion for abstract art for a long time: I have always admired the great spatial masters of the caliber of Lucio Fontana, Alberto Burri, Piero Manzoni, Castellani and Bonalumi.
I have always wondered about the concept of the boundary between the material representation of the work of art and the concept of the same, trying to understand what the artist wanted to communicate.
This introspective journey led me to attend, from a young age, the most important art fairs (Su all Padua and Bologna), and to follow art magazines to then create something of my own.
Later, in fact, I began my first "experiments" at the age of 21, painting abstracts with acrylic colors on canvas with a metal palette knife.
In more recent years I have experimented with new works, always with the spatula technique and acrylic color, but on synthetic rayon canvas.
A few years ago, an inner self-analysis led me to look carefully inside the meaning of art: to express a concept but above all to make the external observer feel a strong emotion.
I then created a series of grooved panels covered with plaster and painted with synthetic enamel, and I exhibited at the Idearte gallery in Ferrara with a solo show.
From there began this beautiful adventure in the world of art, a path that led me to the works I create today: knotted cotton canvases absorbed on wooden frames and covered with a mixture of scagliola and synthetic glue painted with the famous International Klein Blue.
What I want to express with my works is the creation of something that vibrates, pulsates and lives, a symbiosis between the artificial and the organic, hence the name of my paintings.
In September 2018 and June 2019 I exhibited at the Pescheria Nuova in Rovigo for the "Città delle Rose" art prize, a collective organized by the Art Project association and the Pro Loco of Rovigo.
In February 2019 I exhibited my first personal exhibition at the Idearte Gallery in Ferrara, with a report in the newspaper “La Nuova Ferrara” and on the Estense.com website.
The works of the artist from Rovigo Marco Biscuolo.
Marco Biscuolo who, while presenting his works as a self-taught, are full of creative energy that comes from family habits.
Biscuolo's pictorial technique starts from a solid smooth surface on which it arranges, with a rotating movement, a chalky background, obtaining a colored texture in slight relief. The culminating phase is subsequent: he engraves a few arched strokes, uses disparate and anticanonic tools, adopted to engrave the surface in a rigorous and strongly gestural way.
He experiments with unprecedented tools for scratching, creating grooves on the surface of the table, the gesture is repetitive but also completely free to express itself with a few curved lines, creating a spatial depth, defining sinuous or nervous backgrounds, juxtaposed or intertwined with each other.
Gesture becomes an unconscious liberating act, giving rise, from the bottom, to hidden lights or to discover an underlying color. Metaphors from the secret energy of the universe in which improvisation dominates, so that the artistic event, emptied of any residual formal value, ends with the very act of its creation.
The culminating phase is subsequent: he engraves a few arched strokes, uses disparate and anti-canonical tools, adopted to engrave the surface in a rigorous and strongly gestural way. He experiments with unprecedented tools for scratching, creating grooves on the surface of the table, the gesture is repetitive but also completely free to express himself.