Giancarlo Bertini

Chilean, born 1973

Giancarlo Bertini

Chilean, born 1973

Memories of growing up in the Quilpue countryside in Chile have served as a source of inspiration for Giancarlo Bertini’s geometric landscape paintings, which feature patchworks of color much like the square patches of land that used to surround him. His native region, once full of small farms and fields, has since become predominantly industrial, and his compositions meditate on the contrast between a peaceful rural existence and urban isolation. Layered and complex, they reflect the fading nature of human memory and physical environments, while the tiny figures populating his landscapes comment on mankind’s infinitesimal size in relation to the natural and manmade environments. Bertini was also influenced by Aztec ruins during his stay in Mexico City in the 1990s.

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