Born in Crotone in 1963, Enzo Fabbiano can be considered a self taught painter even though as a child he took a course in drawing and pastels in a studio of a famous painter in his hometown. In 1980 he moved to Siena to attend university. The years spent in Tuscany (1980-85) were rich in encounters with artists from different backgrounds and origins. It is in this period that Enzo started to make use of oil paint and examine in depth the study and representation of the human figure and nature. He soon began to take part in painting collective exhibitions receiving warm appreciation from both public and the critics. In particular, Enzo was praised for his use of colour that in those years was essentially impressionist. Enzo has spent his recent years developing his own studies and research brought to him to expres himself through the canons of “post-informale”.