Emanuele Luschi was born in Viareggio, but moved to Massa few days later where he's still living and working.
After years of figurative painting, he started working with photographic pictures printed on canvas, deconstructing the original structure through scratches and drippings.
Nowadays his paintings seem to be archipelagos of colours, in which the human figure is still present and essential.
Papers are coloured to outline a space where tear and break are tokens of contemporary life.
Art on KE
KE 003 - ranter's groove - Musica per Camaleonti