To present Giuseppe Bruno we would like to talk first of his passion, because this is what guides him in the continuous search for an expressive quality and communication. Hence also the evolution in the choice of materials and colors, we could say the pictorial lexicon, to realize his works. The strong taste of the freehand stretch, on various surfaces, from canvas to recycled cardboard, with the main use of acrylic, testifies Bruno’s artistic career with paintings of different extensions.
Stylistic innovation is never an habit but its personal timbre, able to combine graphic and pictorial skills to enhance an idea, a sign, as often happens with the presence of a glance at the center of his works: eyes that look, eyes to be looked at. It goes without saying that to “realize his feeling” Giuseppe Bruno draws on consolidated technical and cultural knowledge. So it is good that he made his first training steps at the A. Caravillani art school in Rome. It is even better that he studied the art of comics and illustration at the Roman School of Comics. He graduated then in Industrial Design and immediately, thanks to his artistic qualities, Giuseppe Bruno found himself working with major architecture and design firms in Italy and Europe, as well as designing and creating advertising campaigns and illustrations for publishing. Although the freehand work has never been forgotten, to the point that it has brought Bruno to the pursuit of personal exhibitions. The first in December 2010, for Telethon, and others to follow, indeed we could say to pursue his passion as an artist.
Emilio Radice – “La Repubblica”