Italian surrealist painter and poet Carlo Trevisan studied at University of Pisa, in the Italian region of Tuscany. In 2009 Trevisan won the competition ‘Kinder Art’ held by the well known chocolate producer Ferrero. He also exhibited at the Milan Triennale, an international exhibition of art and design, first established in 1923, in Monza.
Trevisan’s colourful paintings recall the surrealist peculiarities of the Belgian painter René Magritte. Trevisan’s art is at once accessible and enigmatic, combining virtuoso brushwork and simplification of form. The artist typically depicts objects, animals or characters in front of a vast open setting, which creates infinite spaces where fantasy and reality merge.