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Well-known internationally, the artists represented by the Liquid art system span the various genres of contemporary art: painting, sculpture, photography, video, and mixed media. Each has his own style, but together they share the search for beauty, color, and visibility.
Liquid Art System have always been committed to nurturing their own artists and to supporting them with exhibitions in their own galleries and especially in the largest exhibitions in museums and public venues in Italy and abroad, aware that the exhibition and its catalogue are the highest point in an artist’s career, when his/her work is judged from a cultural standpoint.
Liquid Art System have been participating in the most important art fairs all over the world for many years. Milan, London, Istanbul, New York and especially Miami, where our most renowned artists are on display every year.

Paolo Quaresima

Born in 1962 in Merano (Italy), Paolo Quaresima lives and works in his hometown.
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The poetics of things is Paolo Quaresima's peculiarity, a skilful painter capable to portray our everyday life under a midday-like light. Just like Giorgio Morandi spent his whole life portraying simple bottles and vases until he achieved a perfect combination of lines and colours, Paolo Quaresima keeps painting still lives that bring out a more lyrical and dreamlike aspect than the ones of the Bolognese master. However, the intensity, the metaphysical tension, the desire to depict the truth of things, also the simplest ones, by making them shake in the wait for a miracle, are the same. Heidegger, the philosopher, had already foreseen that painting serves the purpose to manifest the being, that is, to reveal the being of things, their profound way to exist and stand before us, and the artist's task is to describe things beyond the awareness of things. Here lies the beauty of a painting that is aware and happy to reveal the truth, and yet it does not disdain the almost theatrical mise-en-scène of the surrounding world, which exists even without us: the “unspeaking things”, quoting Borges, “They’ll long outlast our oblivion; And never know that we are gone”.