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  • Fragmental Technique printed on Metallic Paper bonded in Plexiglas
  • Series of 2 | 2 of 2 |1AP
  • Created: 2020

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Leonardo Di Tomaso is an Italian-Venezuelan Artist specialized in photography. He is a sensitive and human person, with an acute eye for detail, balance and composition. Di Tomaso cleverly and rapidly captures the exact action, subject and background to portray, expertly selecting to develop it either in color or in B & W. His images are an invitation to action and to experience. His goal is to understand and share other people’s feelings, as well as to promote solutions or improvement for good, making images more joyful to the viewer. One artistic photograph by Leonardo Di Tomaso was awarded 2nd place in the Conceptual Art Category at the International 2017 Competition of the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa. During many years, before becoming an artist on his own, Di Tomaso created Di Tomaso Photography to develop his talent for photography providing exquisite personalized service on-location for a large number of well known artists, galleries and studios, as well as at his studio located in Wynwood Art District. Represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA, Di Tomaso exhibited in Art Boca 2018. Today, while conceiving more innovative interpretations of the image in the field of Photography, Leonardo Di Tomaso says about his new body of work: “In the search for the fundamental decomposition of the basic component of the image and inspired in the studies made during the 60’s by Salvador Dali (1904-1989,Catalonia,Spain) to follow the invention of the digital image by NASA,I begun to combine pixelated elements to conform images. Sometime later, I observed the results of the advancement in Quantum Physics and the concept of ‘fractal’ and I decided to combine both, in order to create images, whose foundation was the pixelation of the resulting image made with images that repeated themselves almost infinitely.” Quantum Physics is a fundamental theory that describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles. The word quantum derives from the Latin, meaning “how great” or “how much”. A Pixel is the smallest element of an image that can be individually processed in a video display system. Presented by Contemporary Art Projects USA at Art Santa Fe 2018, Leonardo Di Tomaso will exhibit two remarkable Artworks from his creative inspiration by using an endless number of his own photographs on the subject as pixels for the final resulting image. In the first Artwork, entitled Fractal Mona Lisa, the image is based on a photograph taken by Di Tomaso of one of his posters’ collection of paintings by Colombian master Fernando Botero (b. 1932). The second Artwork, entitled Fractal Pet and made in the pixelated fractal manner devised by Di Tomaso, depicts a lovely friendly dog, directly staring at his viewers. For their inspiring meaning, so significant and fitting to our time, as well as for their unique mastered technique.

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Dimensions 60 × 40 in
UWCF Colors

Black, Navy Blue, Yellow

UWCF Sizes

Oversized: e.g. 36 x 48"+, Vertical

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