Andrea Mastrovito (b. 1978, Bergamo) lives and works in Bergamo, Italy and New York City.

 

Employing mostly drawing as medium, Mastrovito’s work takes the shape of large scale, site-specific installations, elaborated collages, synchronized video projections and performances.

 

In recent years, he has exhibited at major International museums, including: MAXXI in Rome, Museo del Novecento in Milan, and MART in Rovereto, Italy; BPS 22 in Charleroi, Belgium; Manchester Art Gallery, in Manchester, UK; MUDAC in Lausanne, Switzerland; and MAD in New York City. 

 

Mastrovito is represented by Galerie Guy Bärtschi in Geneva, Switzerland, and Galleria Giuseppe Pero in Milan, Italy. He had numerous solo shows in Italy, France, Switzerland and the United States, alongside collaborations outside the art world (from fashion to music, cinema and football).

His work is included in major collections both private and institutional (Museo 

del Novecento in Milan, MUDAM in Luxembourg, the Manchester Art Gallery and GAMeC in Bergamo, among many others).

Andrea Mastrovito

Works by Andrea Mastrovito

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Untitled (Circus 1), 2014
Untitled (Circus 1), 2014

Acrylic, smoke and collage on board - ca. 8 x 10 inches

Untitled (Circus 2), 2014
Untitled (Circus 2), 2014

Acrylic, smoke and collage on board - ca. 8 x 10 inches

Untitled (Circus 3), 2014
Untitled (Circus 3), 2014

Acrylic, smoke and collage on board - ca. 8 x 10 inches

Untitled (Circus 4), 2014
Untitled (Circus 4), 2014

Acrylic, smoke and collage on board - ca. 8 x 10 inches

Acrobats, 2014
Acrobats, 2014

Diptych - Acrylic and collage on board - ca. 18 x 27 1/2 inches

This Is My Favorite Son, 2013
This Is My Favorite Son, 2013

Acrylic and collage on board - ca. 9 x 12 1/2 inches

Firing Squad, 2009
Firing Squad, 2009

Collage, aniline and paper on canvas - 55 x 154 inches

Take Me Down To..., 2009
Take Me Down To..., 2009

Collage, aniline, and paper on canvas - 55 x 43 inches

Encyclopedia Of Garden Flowers, 2012
Encyclopedia Of Garden Flowers, 2012

150 cut-out books - ca. 59 x59 inches