Andrea Pacanowski

Andrea Pacanowski

He was born in Rome, where he continues to live and work.

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Artworks

Uomini

Photograph

Dimensions: Height 109 cm - Width 314 cm

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Manhattan transfer

Dimensions: Width 156 cm - Height 109 cm
Year: 2017

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Sotto la Pioggia

cod.4027

Dimensions: Width 100 cm - Height 116 cm
Year: 2017

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Ninfee

Print on paper Hahnemuhle fin art Baryta

Dimensions: Width 150 cm - Height 109 cm
Year: 2009

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Sabbia Bianca

Ocè Arizona UV printing on Plexiglass

Dimensions: Width 152,5 cm - Height 109 cm
Year: 2012

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Fish

Océ Arizona UV printing on Plexiglass

Dimensions: Width 122 cm - Height 102 cm
Year: 2010

Gallery collection

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Sogno Americano

Photo on perspex

Dimensions: Width 156 cm - Height 109 cm
Year: 2012

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Il deserto dei ricordi smarriti

Mixed technique, inkjet Ultracrom pigments printing on glass/pict

Dimensions: Width 156 cm - Height 109 cm
Year: 2012

Gallery collection

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Baciate in pace che alla gente piace

Mixed technique, inkjet Ultracrome pigments priting on glass/picture background treated, single piece

Dimensions: Width 100 cm - Height 70 cm
Year: 2013

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Calze Rosse

Mixed technique, inkjet Ultracrom pigments printing on glass/picture background treated, single piece

Dimensions: Width 100 cm - Height 149 cm
Year: 2015

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Andrea Pacanowski Curriculum

Pacanowski was born into a family of deep artistic sensibility, including his father who was an architect, aunt who was an Ecole de Paris painter, and grandmother who sculpted. Pacanowski continued along this path, graduating from the Fine Arts high school and rising through the ranks in the Alberta Tiburzi, an internationally-recognized Italian photographer.

For over 20 years, Pacanowski has been a fashion photographer working on shoots in Italy and abroad, primarily Canada and the US. His work has been featured in a number of fashion magazines (Marie Claire, Elle, Vogue Italia, L'Uomo Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and Kult), photography publications, and advertising campaigns.

Pacanowski continues to experiment with the medium, following the trends in contemporary art and developments in research and technology which have blended photography and painting. In this union of media, the virtual and the real are often indistinguishable, and the photographic language is pushed beyond its traditional boundaries to create unique, three-dimensional "painterly" images.

The use of an innovative technique allows Pacanowski to transform a photograph into a painterly piece of art without any post-production manipulation.

This same complex technique has been expanded to include an audiovisual dimension, adding movement and sound. Pacanowski's "Acquario" video installation reflects the art photographer's experience of seeking the right light, the perfect view, and the optimal mix of shapes and colours.

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