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Emanuele Tozzoli lives and works in the area around Turin, Italy.

As his father is also a painter, his artistic training began as a child.

He learned how to restore antique wood from his grandfather and how to restore murals from a well-known Turin master.

He trained as a sound technician, but then opted for the world of color.
In 2018, at the age of 29, he signed a contract with the Saphira and Ventura Gallery in New York City, N.Y., which houses works by Keith Haring, Jackson Pollock, Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Alberto Giacometti.

In the same year, he also signed a contract with the historic Galleria Accorsi in Venice, Turin, Italy, which presents works of museum importance by Eduard Manet, Lucio Fontana, Marc Chagall and Piet Mondrian.

Since then, various solo and group exhibitions have taken him to all continents.

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On request, we will gladly send you a detailed curriculum vitae and the current exhibition overview by e-mail.

Here is a selection of his work. On request, we will be happy to send you an extended selection of works that may be for sale.

Emanuele Tozzoli works like a samurai: fast, highly concentrated, equipped with the weapons of an artist: brushes, spray cans, colored pencils, paints and much more. In this way, he captures the essence of a personality, an encounter, a feeling.

He masterfully shows the countless facets of the human soul, its abysses and flights of fancy, angelic, animalistic, seductive, frightening and endearing at the same time. He achieves an intensity and radicalism that approaches the power of Francisco de Goya.

His sculptures are a conglomeration of discarded everyday utensils, toys and much more.

Like his paintings, they testify to concentrated creativity, humor, a delight in exaggeration and, at the same time, a belief in an overriding harmony.

Tozzoli makes no secret of the fact that he admires Picasso and Basquiat, that the many sacred images of his Italian homeland and the comic and play aesthetics of our time are reflected in his work.

His drawings are an almost intimate treasure. They reflect a playful impartiality towards the wild, the sacred, the spiritual and the antique, while at the same time displaying his unerring sense of proportion and composition.

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