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Roberto Bernardi

Roberto Bernardi (b. 1974, Todi, Italy) was trained in the methods and techniques of the great Italian masters before embracing twenty-first-century technology. He combines his traditional and technological skills to create Photorealist still lifes of wrapped candy and glassware. The use of high gloss varnish gives Bernardi’s finished paintings a deceivingly photographic appearance.

Featured Works

Exhibitions
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Upcoming Exhibition

Raphaella Spence & Roberto Bernardi

8 October — 7 November, 2020

Romanzo Romano - Raphaella Spence
San Pietro dal Tevere - Raphaella Spence
Central Park in the Evening - Raphaella Spence
L'Estremo Desiderio - Roberto Bernardi
The Clan - Roberto Bernardi
Little Yellow Lollipop - Roberto Bernardi

Currently On View

High Fidelity: Anthony Brunelli & the Digital Age Photorealists

14 February — 8 May, 2020

Highlighting the paintings of Binghamton-native Anthony Brunelli, "High Fidelity" explores Photorealism both as a regional and as an international movement.

Previous Exhibitions

Met Fifth Century, Robert Neffson

Selected Photorealism

13 June — 19 July, 2019

Tom Blackwell - Broadway

Reflections, Ripples + Shadows

15 November — 22 December, 2018

FIA exterior CROPPED

From Lens to Eye to Hand

Photorealism 1969 to Today

21 April — 12 October, 2018

Parrish Museum exterior CROPPED

From Lens to Eye to Hand

Photorealism 1969 to Today

6 August , 2017— 21 January, 2018

Tampa Art Museum Cropped 2

Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting

Tampa Museum of Art Tampa, Florida

30 June — 8 October, 2017

Yigal Ozeri - Untitled Shely

Photorealism Revisited

50 Years of Photorealism

6 June — 21 June, 2017

Recent Press
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Sweet Treats
American Art Collector

Photorealism XX
American Art Collector

Photorealism
More Than Eye Candy
Art & Antiques

Roberto Bernardi
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Ville & Casali

Parrish Art Museum
These incredible works of art will make you look twice
CNN style, 14/08/2017

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