Carlo Abruzzese's new work integrates the disparate worlds of fine art and quantitative information, creating images that encourage us to re-interpret the world around us. He is currently working on a series of paintings translating demographic statistical data from the US Census into works of fine art.
He received his Masters Degree in Architecture from Harvard University and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of California at Berkeley, where he also has been a Visiting Studio Instructor in Architecture.
He was named an upcoming emerging artist at the 2012 'Introductions' show at Root Division in San Francisco. His art has been recently exhibited at the David Brower Center in Berkeley and at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.
Carlo Abruzzese lives and works in San Francisco.
Annual Juried show
Gallery Route One
11101 Highway One
Point Reyes Station, CA
January 17 - February 9
reception January 19, 3-5pm
Juror: Scott Shields, Curator, Crocker Art Museum
"Left Brain meets Right Brain"
717 Market Street
San Francisco, CA
Artist Talk / Reception:
January 24, 5-8pm
with Jenny Odell, Ramekon O'Arwisters and Carlo Abruzzese