Pietro Reviglio

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Cinematography of Urban Madness, 2009 Lambda Print 30''X40'' © pietro reviglio 2010
Broken Hybrid, 2011 © pietro reviglio 2011
The Weight of Time, 2010 Lambda Print 60x180 Cm © pietro reviglio 2010
A Murder in Time, 2010
Architecture of a Derenged Mind, 2010 © pietro reviglio 2010
Tensorial Photography, 2009 Digital Photography 30''X40'' © Pietro Reviglio
Shadows of light N.1, 2009 Digital Photography 30''X40'' © pietro reviglio
Shadows of Light N.3, 2009 Digital Photography 30''X40'' Series Of 3 © Pietro Reviglio
Relativity, 2009 Digital Photography 30''X40'' Series Of 3 © Pietro Reviglio
Tensorial Photography, 2009 Digital Photography 30''X40'' Series Of 3 © Pietro Reviglio
A Mistery of Time, 2009 Digital Photography 30''X40'' Series Of 3 © Pietro Reviglio
Quick Facts
Turin, Italy
Lives in
New York, Turin
Representing galleries
Franz Paludetto (Rome) , Weber & Weber (Turin)
installation, video-art, photography

Born in Torino, Italy, in 1976, Pietro Reviglio lives and works between Torino and New York City.
He has exhibited in the United States, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom and is currently represented by A-forest Gallery in New York City. 
He has studied painting at the Art Students League of New York with Robert Cenedella and Mary Beth McKenzie, and animation at the School of Visual Arts. He is alumnus of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Columbia University, where he earned a Ph.D. in Astrophysics.

He works in a variety of media, challenging the boundaries among them by mixing elements of installation, photography, painting and drawing. His main focus is exploring visual art by applying a scientific approach, dissecting and analyzing the visual elements and finding new ways to recombine them. Drawing his inspiration from many fields as diverse as cinematography, physics, mathematics, literature, conceptual and graffiti art, his work aims at bridging gaps between the arts and the sciences, by stressing the similarity of the process of investigation, experimentation and discovery.

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