Florentine painter, Sergio Cerchi, works in what could be called quadrant-ism, a unique style whereby the actual pictorial surface – rather than objects depicted – is fractured, multiplying and rendered with different lighting and coloring. Most of Cerchi’s paintings are rendered in different shades of a dominant hue, though it may become bolder or softer depending on the movement and angle of the fragment it appears on.

Florentine painter, Sergio Cerchi, works in what could be called quadrant-ism, a unique style whereby the actual pictorial surface – rather than objects depicted – is fractured, multiplying and rendered with different lighting and coloring. Most of Cerchi’s paintings are rendered in different shades of a dominant hue, though it may become bolder or softer depending on the movement and angle of the fragment it appears on.