Angelo Brescianini (b. 1948, Palazzolo sull’Oglio, Bergam, Italy). Inspired by architect Luca Pastorio, son of the famous painter Ezio Pastorio, he started producing woodworks with precious metal settings for artists such as: Cassinari, Fiume, Munari, Bonalumi and Kendra. His technique is very particular: bullets are shot onto an aluminum plate from behind, creating impressions of the impact. He took part in the Biennale in Padua with a painting entitled “Waiting Dolorosa” for which he received its first award. His works appear in private and public collections throughout Italy and abroad.