Fausto Gilberti

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ITALY, 1970

Fausto Gilberti has chosen drawing as his favorite means of expression. An essential, biting and ironic drawing, with an elegant graphic composition in a rigorous black and white, completely detached from realistic canons and executed on papers of all sizes. The absolute protagonist of his drawings is a very characteristic human figure, a little man apparently devoid of feelings, amoral, indifferent to everything and everyone. Gilberti is also an author of illustrated books, he writes and draws them, thus adding to his artistic career a prolific production of books for adults and children, translated in Arabic and Chinese. Some of them are about some art personalities of the 20th century, such as Jackson Pollock, Yves Klein, Lucio Fontana, Yajoi Kusama and more recently Banksy.