Steve Huston (1959-). American painter.
Emanuele Rubini (?). Italian sculptor.
I have already said it and I repeat again: I am distrusted by self-taught artists because when we investigate in depth a good part of their production emerge gaps that are unmistakable. Rubini could be one of them. I also have to admit that I met several self-taught artists worthy of all respect. Rubini could be one them. Equipped with an inexhaustible creative imagination he chose to express himself with the forms of abstraction that could carry us back to many decades ago, but his extraordinary technical skill make us forget it. Rubini may also be bizarre, the man behaves in the questionable way that characterizes many contemporary artists, but it is hard not be led astray.
Aron Demetz (1972-). Italian (?) artist.
Another artist who, in my opinion, made completely wrong artistic choices. With this horrible work he shows that he didn't know (or wanted) to go beyond the tremendous deadlock of the beginning of the last century. Is this the life he wants to show? Is it possible that there is nothing else? Certainly there is, but he prefers to anchor on the junk.