Born in 1942 - Italy
Contrary to what his name may suggest, Salvatore Milano is an Italian artist born in 1942 in Naples. With a degree in medicine and surgery from the Catholic University of Rome, he lives in Brescia, in Northern Italy since 1974, where he excercised a career as a surgeon until 2008.
As a photographer, his work has been widely recognized and he has exhibited several times at the Museum of Photography of the city of Brescia. He dedicates his researches to the possibilities offered by digital art. Using digital Tools, he retouches his own photographs to develop a new world, sometimes abstract, sometimes dreamlike. Nowadays he prefers to create conceptual pieces, printed on cotton paper and posed on wooden frames.
Using digital methods to create a universe that resembles that of Surrealists, Salvatore Milano makes composition overflowing creativity, which play with the codes of chromatic to better bring the observer to an intimate and fascinating universe, strange and familiar at the same time.
In May 2013 he held a solo exhibition called " La peinture Numerique" at the gallery of art A/B in Brescia, where Salvatore Milano presented his latest digital compositions. The Foundation Civilta Bresciana awarded him a special prize for his photographic work in 2013 during a competition in San Faustino. In 2014, one of his pieces became part of the collection of Premio Novicelli, an Italian contest whose main goal is to promote Italian contemporary art.
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