ABOUT ME

Among the major contemporary Italian artists, Christian Carlini is known
internationally for having revolutionized the phenomenon "hyperrealism".
He has exhibited his works in the most prestigious international art galleries,
from Positano to Padua, from London to Den Haag, from Moscow to Andorra.
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Among the major contemporary Italian artists, Christian Carlini is known
internationally for having revolutionized the phenomenon "hyperrealism".
He has exhibited his works in the most prestigious international art galleries, from Positano to Padua, from London to Den Haag, from Moscow to Andorra.
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Christian Carlini is known
internationally for having revolutionized the phenomenon "hyperrealism". READ MORE

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LAST ARTWORKS

 

 

 

Pazzo di Lei

Oil on Canvas

 

Curvy

Oil on canvas

 

 

 

Riccioli D'Oro

Oil on Canvas
These hues increase visual impact by going beyond the normal boundaries of human perception.
They intensify the power of the gaze, to an extent never previously experienced.
Edward Lucie-Smith
He aims to go beyond the confines of photo-derived art. The influence here is the kind of colour we now see on the screens of high-definition television sets equipped with 4K HDR.
Edward Lucie-Smith
The things he paints are distanced. Paradoxically, they also very much present, almost inviting the viewer’s touch.
Edward Lucie-Smith
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TECHNIQUE

Oil On Canvas

 

Technique that includes four basic phases for each painted object. it starts from a sketch executed with Alkyd oil colors to get to have a high definition taking as a reference the modern 4k HDR screens, I perform a final step with veiling phases with pure and brilliant oil colors and with extreme definition of the line. This phase brings the painting to an exaggerated level of saturation and brilliance, making it modern, contemporary and technological

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ART CRITICISMS

Edward Lucie-Smith for Christian Carlini

We live in a moment when the visual arts, preoccupied with conveying social and moral lessons to their audience, often seem to forget the pleasure principle. Or, if they do remember it, then what they often want to do is to supply their audience with immediate sensations, things that often …
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