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Our work is based on a few essential values that we have synthesised in a manifesto for the new art: “Trust”, “Passion”, “Experience”, “Responsibility”, are some of the key words that inspire Liquid Art System as business and cultural centre. However, we are sure that before all things there is the magnificence of beauty, the awe and emotion caused by the work of art.
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Well-known internationally, the artists represented by the Liquid art system span the various genres of contemporary art: painting, sculpture, photography, video, and mixed media. Each has his own style, but together they share the search for beauty, color, and visibility.
Liquid Art System have always been committed to nurturing their own artists and to supporting them with exhibitions in their own galleries and especially in the largest exhibitions in museums and public venues in Italy and abroad, aware that the exhibition and its catalogue are the highest point in an artist’s career, when his/her work is judged from a cultural standpoint.
Liquid Art System have been participating in the most important art fairs all over the world for many years. Milan, London, Istanbul, New York and especially Miami, where our most renowned artists are on display every year.
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Roberto Ferri

Born in Taranto in 1978, Roberto Ferri lives and works in Rome.
Height 200 cm - Width 110 cm
Height 100 cm - Width 80 cm
Paolo Quaresima
More about Roberto Ferri
Roberto Ferri has a great painting style that sources from the 17th century tradition, by enhancing the exchange between light and shadow, although inserting modern topics into the ancient style, that is, a dreamlike introspection with a great psychological element – typical of the Surrealism – that discloses the depths of the subconscious and its most obscure mysteries often through an exciting glance. Certainly Ferri is inspired by the Baroque and Caravaggio – especially Caravaggio in his Roman period, the most accomplished one, softer, not yet running away from himself and from life and, therefore, caught up by the frenzy of the end – although he neither merely pursue the tradition nor imitates the style.