Iness Rychlik Fragile acrylic on paper Francesco Paolicchi Brass Wire Mask Hermes Giacomo Bevanati illustrator amber vittoria t-shirt patchwork afutumix Fine Art Photography Prints In My Veins ceramic sculpture the juggler roberto cambi





We are proud to announce our official partnership with the growing creative social media platform Ello. They’ve built a social media platform for artists, by artists – and that is a vision that we share.

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Francesco Paolicchi



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“Emotional Regurgitations” Acrylic on canvas Series by Francesco Paolicchi

Francesco Paolicchi’s series of eight acrylic on canvas and acrylic on paper paintings, Emotional Regurgitations, bare a sense of heavy anguish and are full of inner conflict in his scenes of androgynous figures haunted by dripping demons baring sharp teeth and glowing orbs that approach from behind. read more
Call For New Talent Ello

Fumogallery – Open Call for Artists by Ello 2018

From our cooperation with American social network Ello, Fumogallery is glad to announce an Open Call for Artists 2018 starting on 1st March 2018 until 1st April 2018. Here’s the link to participate: Ello – Artist Invite. The Call is open to all creators from around this amazing planet, for 3 categories of our shop Art (Photography, Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Prints, Mixed Media), Fashion and Design. read more


Interview Ron Kibble

Interview to the Incendiary Artist Ron Kibble

Ron Kibble’s painting speaks a language which is made up of images, colours and signs, all mixed up in a rhythmic harmony revealing a consonance among the figurative expression and the gay world. His style and technique bring to transgressive and revolutionary results which remind of Basquiat’s graffitis through explicit and direct allusions. read more
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Interview Dark Artist Francesco Paolicchi

Francesco Paolicchi was born in Viareggio in 1988 and currently lives and works in Camaiore (Italy). With a fascination with the occult and surrealism, Francesco finds common ground with Kenneth Anger’s avant-garde cinematography, Roland Topor’s animation movies, David Lynch’s surreal and experimental short films and John Waters’ grotesque dark comedies. read more