Fabian Marcaccio

The work of Fabian Marcaccio (Argentina, 1963) sets an artistic research on the survival of painting in the digital era.

To translate this discourse into the art field, he uses techniques from recorded transference, creating pictorial languages ​​popularized in the nineties. In recent years, he uses digital and industrial techniques as part of the painting process, showing a constant concern for the representation of time and space from the perspective of transgender. The result is introduced  in  the environmental paintings where digitally manipulated images combine with their three-dimensional dimension and pictorial character.

His works form a part in museums and public collections as the Blanton Museum of Art (Austin, Texas, USA), Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art (Istanbul, Turkey), MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario (Rosario, Argentina), MIT List Visual Art Center (Cambridge, MA, USA) or Sammlung Goetz (Munich, Germany).