Franco Di cesare is an Italian artist currently based in London. He creates mixed media paintings which explore the fragmentation of the light and form, characterised by his desire to present a total ‘absence of man’.
There are several art movements which have influenced Di cesare’s work, which aims to open a contemporary dialogue with Futurism and constructivism. Through the use of abstract geometric compositions and a limited colour
palette of primary blues, reds and yellows alongside muted oranges, whites and blacks the artist considers his paintings to have a significant symbolism.
Di cesare was an artist in residence in The Bermondsey Project space from 2010 to 2014. He now works from his studio in the east Ham area of London.