Italian artist Lorenzo Puglisi (born 1971) makes monochromatic oil paintings that are photographically inspired and feature dark black backdrops with small streams of light that seem to illuminate glimpses or slivers of faces and other body parts.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Alessandro Beltrami, Giovanni Gazzaneo, Mark Gisbourne.
Bologna-based painter Lorenzo Puglisi’s (born 1971) Il Grande Sacrificio—a wood panel painting with strong, gestural strokes of white on black—is exhibited alongside The Last Supper in Milan as an homage to Leonardo da Vinci on the 500th anniversary of his death. This volume documents Puglisi’s work alongside sketches and preliminary studies.