Art discipline: 
Paolo Treni artworks, realised with lasers, enamels and varnishes applied in subsequent stratifications on plexiglas support, deal with the material transcription of dreams, live thanks to light reflection and refraction.
Treni succeeds in harnessing the vital atmosphere, that comes from the surrounding environment, into plexiglas, by ensuring that this material catches the light intensity and then radiates it in a changing chromatic spectrum.
Thanks to an admirable compositional balance, an ongoing harmony among contrasting elements, this artist can establish a deep emotional and empathic resonance with observers. Gradually, P. Treni’s work evolution combines two-dimensional production to wall installations in bigger dimension that dialogue with space, until well-rounded installations. From his first artworks designed on black background, with strong chromatic contrasts having holographic reminiscences, he passes to an investigation on colour-shape relation linked to space: topics in his artworks represent both technological fragmentation and current explosive technological revolution, as well as artworks focused on fluids world visually interpret the concept of a liquid post-baumanian modernity.
Important projects / Exhibitions: 


2018, September 29th, Paolo Treni is the youngest artist to become part of the permanent collection of the Park Museum – International Center of Outdoor Sculpture in Portofino, chaired by Daniele Crippa and curated by Serena Mormino.

Private of note:

2018 The work “CPH4” ( “Simulacri di Luce” Series) is acquired in the Collection of Human Relations by Baroness Lucrezia De Domizio Durini at Palazzo Durini in Bolognano (Pe).

Solo Exhibitions:

2018 Simulacra, Paolo Treni public solo show at Fortezza Firmafede, Sarzana (Sp)- Mudef Museum, 10th-21st March

Group Exhibitions:

2013 “Le Chasseur de Lumieres”, Maison & Objet fair, Paris, 6th-10th September
Awards / Prizes : 
2017 Winner of the “Premio Montale Fuori di Casa” Award, in the Art category. The award is assigned in memory of the Italian Nobel Laureate Eugenio Montale, thanks to his ability in combining aesthetic research, art and poetry.