DOM BARRA, neapolitan artist, approched and started his practice in the field of visual art during his 7 years of life in England, Great Britain, studying at the Leeds College of Art and Design. His creative production interests a wide use of techniques such as installation, digital art, mixed medias paintings with a choice of subjects spreading from works with sociopolitical concerns to works with a more introspective approch.
The works of D. Barra are characterized by an eccentric use of colours. The artist lights up his creative flair with any tools or objects on his hand, works of a very strong visual impact and out of the boundries of "style" of mass consumption art.
D. Barra has exhibited either in Italy or abroad his native country with a preference towards unusual spaces outside the common and enlightened "temples" consecrated to the worship of art excellences.
The perpetuating creative dialectic of D. Barra results in a constant research for innovative artistic results in matters of subjects and the ways they can be depicted.
His worsks are featured on various magazine and web site such as Revolutionart Magazine, Players, The Villager Newspaper, Time Out New York, Reset Radio web site, Corriere del Mezzogiorno, Libero Pensiero, Chiaia magazine, Interartive, Artbookguy, Furtherfield.