Carlo Abruzzese's work integrates the disparate worlds of fine art and quantitative information, creating images that encourage us to re-interpret the world. He is currently working on a series of paintings translating statistical data on ethnicity from the US Census into works of 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 has exhibited at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, the Santa Fe Art Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the David Brower Center in Berkeley and numerous galleries and museums throughout Northern California.

Carlo Abruzzese lives and works in San Francisco. 

Current Events

The de Young Open

The H M de Young Memorial Museum
San Francisco, CA
October 2020 - January 2021


Recent Events

Artist Residency
Vermont Studio Center
Johnson, VT
November 2019

Bauhaus @100 - An Enduring Legacy

Ruths Table Gallery

San Francisco, CA

Spring 2020

Map It Out

Museum of Northern California Art

Chico, CA

July - August 2019