Born in Rome, Giancarlo Impiglia moved to New York in the 1970s, where he established a signature style on the shoulders of Futurism and Cubism, his technical skill underpinning his eclecticism and allowing him to indulge in an appetite for complexity.

Impiglia has never been limited to his signature style,but has consistently found new ways of expression to express his concern about contemporary culture.

Impiglia’s work has been exhibited in numerous galleries around the world and is part of prominent collections including that of The Victoria and Albert Museum and the Absolut Art Collection.

Impiglia was engaged by Marigold to create the celebration of the Metropolitan Opera. This venue opened the door to many international sales and requests, for the wonderful color and drawings of evening events.