Enrico's works, whose artistic debut date back to 1992, are severe, one-sided and coherent for style and content. Far from the image of an "official painter", the author sees painting as an inner analysis of his soul and a debate to himself, as confession and inner research at the same time. Abstract -predominant in all his works- and acrylic are the favorite ways to express feelings and events, which other languages would not be able to describe. So every painting is a side of the author's "private mirror", displaying, now peacefully then painfully, some of the endless and unseizable "recesses" of human soul. Painting as inner travel, which must turn into dynamic and ever evolving pictures, sheer expression of soul's feelings. The starting point of such inner research can be represented also by actual and "real" aspects and events, and, most of all, by natural phenomena
Two springs reflecting the moon,
but they are nothing but references to a deeper and hidden reality. The latter, then, is the object of the author's search in works as
which are full of suggestions from psychoanalytic culture and try to penetrate the depths and to bring back to the surface the dark reasons which helped to create a personality and a story. These works don't lack of rationalistic elements; besides they try to discover and to show new perspectives and also to bring to light fears and anxieties of a human universe, considered as a complex whole.
Neither painting through sheer senses, nor instinctive painting, Enrico's works are characterized by the endless presence of chromatic vortexes and spirals, of winding and flowing colors tangles, which are far from western aesthetical tradition; for this reason they refer to very much original emotions. The dynamism, with neither final solution nor happy end, never finds a synthesis of soul's scattered fragments, nevertheless it reproposes, even if through abstract non-objectivity, a process of authentic poetry.
by Boccacci Daniel