Valerio Adami

Raphael Rubinstein blogs about under-known painter Valerio Adami. Rubinstein writes: "[Adami's] distinctive use of flat color, which he has been employing since the mid-1960s, brilliantly marries the color printing of Hergé's Tintin books and medieval stained-glass; the stylized eroticism of his sinuous line and his eye for the fetish object is every bit as seductive as John Wesley's, and often much grittier..."

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The Silo