The theme of landscape in Andrea Giovannini's work is a strongly expressive instrument of knowledge. The poetic vision of places becomes awareness of one's own living between contemporary events and everyday life, in harmony with the natural and historical environment in which the urban component emerges in its specificity.
After his artistic studies in Reggio Emilia and Urbino, Andrea Giovannini matured in his expressive research, placing himself among the exponents of Italian Neo-autism of the latest generations, representing the landscape through the careful observation of light intended mainly as a state of mind. His travels in Europe and the interior regions of the United States were decisive for his expressive research dedicated to spatiality as a descriptive category. After experimenting with different materials and techniques linked to the need to transfigure images between realism and the sublimation of what has been experienced and deeply loved, in her pictorial research the artist uses the mixed technique of painting on wood panel in tempera and acrylic with pastel finishes. The artist started exhibiting in 1981, collaborates with various art galleries and has participated in important exhibitions in Italy and abroad.