Vincenzo Scolamiero

His painting is intimate and visionary, forms in transit, flowing, in progress, "hybrid icons" which cancel all distinction between abstraction and representation. ... an evocative, refined, synaesthetic painting that alludes to poetry, music, dance, always etched by a melancholy wind that is first of all breathing and inner breath".

From the text Suspended Breaths by Gabriele Simongini. - Cat. De Luca Ed, Rome 2019


Vincenzo Scolamiero is a Professor of Painting at the Department of Visual Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome, where he lives and works. His first monographic exhibition was held at the historic gallery Al Ferro di Cavallo in Rome in 1987 and his solo exhibitions have been on display in prominent public and private spaces in Italy and abroad. He has presented his works in Rome, Milan, Bologna, Turin, New York, Seoul, Busan, Beijing, and Fenghuang. Last spring, his solo exhibition, La declinante ombra, held at Carlo Bilotti Museum in Rome and curated by Gabriele Simongini, attracted almost twelve thousand visitors. The next solo exhibition, entitled Del silenzio e della trasparenza, is scheduled for July 2021 in the Palazzo Pubblico of Siena, in collaboration with the Accademia Musicale Chigiana of Siena. His works are preserved in important public and private collections in the world. In Rome, he is represented by the Galleria Edieuropa-Qui arte contemporanea and the Galleria Lombardi, and in New York by the Mizuma Kips & Wada Art gallery.

Atelier - Earth dances - for Harrison Birtwistle
Artist's book - Tutti li miei pensier parlano d'amore - Dante Alighieri - six unique works