All in Pop Art

Gigi Rigamonti

Italian artist, sculptor and designer, Rigamonti embraces contemporaneity by absorbing everything that he sees. As an industrialist and an artist at the same time, he creates three-dimensional artworks that appear as paintings.

Isabelle Scheltjens

Developing a unique glass-fusing mosaic technique, Isabelle Scheltjens achieves striking optical effects by capturing the dance of light and colour within her creations. The colourful pieces of glass act as dots of paint used by the pointillists: forming an abstract image up close, yet a dramatic and precise portrait from a distance.

Marco Grassi / Grama

With a fascination for the human form and identity, Marco Grassi creates intense portrait paintings consisting of vibrant colours that challenge the boundaries of pop art. Grassi’s work is composed of pigments directly applied to the canvas with a palette knife, defining texture and character through this layering process, and often adorned with his signature gold leaf technique.

Roberto Bernardi

With an obsession for detail and pictorial techniques, Roberto Bernardi closely associates his paintings with photorealism. Bernardi’s hyperrealistic monumental pieces capture three-dimensional effects through his portrayal of  light, shadows and bold colours, existing within his still-life subjects.

Rock Therrien

Canadian painter, Rock Therrien, primarily creates paintings featuring familiar characters in amusing and wacky situations in which viewers can often recognize themselves within.