Born in an art lover family of publicists, since 1991 he began to use only the three primary colors, red, green and blue on a black background, placed together in the same way in which the pixels are arranged to give life to ‘picture on the TV screen.


The subjects chosen – which are drawn from popular culture, from TV programs, cartoons, films of Kubrick – are so broken down into pixels, but are, in fact, created by the artist with a mask of a square centimeter which includes three internal parallel signs vertical of the three colors. Pintaldi applies many layers of paint with the airbrush, working on three levels, one at a time, and discovering the effect only at the end of work.


Among the iconic images we include: the alien, the UFO, the lightning, the Pope, the mask, which, with others, for the artist is in some way the key of interpretation of the reality in which we live.


The skillful reduction of the color spectrum made by Pintaldi is a dialogue between colors and shapes, forcing us to investigate both the limits, both the synthesis, between reality and fiction.


MAXXI Museo d'Arte Contemporanea del XXI secolo, Roma

"senza titolo", 2003, acrilico su tela, 160 x 250 cm

MART, collezione VAF - Stiftung, Trento

"senza titolo", 2004, acrilico su tela, 180 x 270 cm

"senza titolo", 2006, acrilico su tela, 190 x 330 cm

MACRO Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma

"senza titolo", 2000, acrilico su tela, 100 x 130 cm

GNAM Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Roma

"senza titolo", 1996, acrilico su tela, 191 x 260 cm

CAMeC Centro d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, La Spezia

"senza titolo", 2000, acrilico su tela, 150 x 200 cm

Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Rivoli, Torino

“Pigmeo, 1996, acrilico su tela, 95x127 cm