Born in Toronto and currently studying and working in London, England Marco Bertuzzo creates large, highly colourful, and seemingly allegorical paintings. These pieces, historically inspired, blur the line between erotic and grotesque, beautiful and tacky, possible and impossible, meaning and meaningless. Each piece invites the viewer to decipher it’s message and in doing so, fill the piece with the meaning that each viewer creates.
Central Saint Martins UAL, Masters of Fine Art. London UK.
OCAD University, Bachelors of Fine Arts, Drawing and Painting, Toronto CA.
2016 “Hidden” Coldstream Fine Arts Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Selected Group Exhibitions
“British Museum Late: The American Dream”, British Museum, London, United Kingdom
“This is an Art School”, Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom
“Club Collectivum”, London, United Kingdom
Toronto Artist Project, Toronto, Ontario.
Artist Guild Group Exhibition, City Hall, Vaughan, Ontario Delta,
Project Gallery, Toronto Ontario
Toronto Artist Guild Exhibition, J.E.H Macdonald house, Thornhill, Ontario
Kinship Exhibition, Gallery 1313, Toronto, Ontario
Elaine Fleck Gallery, December Exhibition, Toronto, Ontario
Toronto: Coldstream Fine Art