Michael Bevilacqua
American , born 1966
Represented by up-and-coming galleries.
Selected exhibitions
DARK CALM... SOME WORDS IN 3 ACTS - Michael Bevilacqua,
Last Resort
Michael Bevilacqua – Electric Chapel: the Spiritual in Art,
The Flat - Massimo Carasi
Michael Bevilacqua: Corrosion of conformity,
The Flat - Massimo Carasi

Referencing his favorite bands, fashion labels, drugs, racing cars, and the like, Michael Bevilacqua’s semi-autobiographical mixed-media works serve as a platform for exposing his cultural preferences. Known for combining high and low culture through elements of painting, drawing, graphic design, animation, and collage, Bevilacqua characteristically works in a saturated palette, covering his glossy canvases with brand logos and doodles. Stylistically influenced by Pop and Color Field Painting, he is also technically indebted to Andy Warhol for using screen-printing as a brush. “On the Surface Bevilacqua’s work resembles an updated version of Pop Art,” wrote one critic, “but he actually uses this imagery as a cryptic language about himself, his family, his art, and his internal struggle to achieve a balance between these worlds.”