Emanuele Garletti is a figurative painter who works on large and medium scale canvases in oil and acrylic, mainly in black and white. His paintings are portraits of men and women, and reflect his personal way of interpreting society. He often bases his portraits on photographs shot by himself. His paintings are the frame of a really lived moment, that he strongly wishes to propose again, combining the emotion experienced with the lively trepidation of representing it under new expressions for himself and for those who will be watching it.. Garletti started exhibiting in 2009 in his home town, Brescia at the Palazzo Bertazzoli. Since then he has won several awards such as the Celeste Prize (2016), the Circle's Foundation (2019) and Cairo Editore Awards (2019). Most recently, he has exhibited at the Artrooms Fairs in Seoul and in Rome; at the ArtExpo in New York.