From the 80s Guardigli has dedicated himself to to painting research colour and artistic depth.
He participated in exhibitions and got published on various magazines receiving positive from critics and public.
Open to contemporary artistic experimentation but staying faithful to his own artistic vision he turns to an abstract impulsiveness; a style which withholds anger and rebellion and gives birth to an instinctive strength.
He transmits his energy through matter until fragments emerge put together by lines, symbols, colours and energy.
Born in Salerno, Guardigli then grew up in Forlì, a town in the heart of Romagna. His artistic passion show from a young age and he makes visual art the basis of his life, expressing his feeling through the lines of his art.
The stylised lines characterise his works and became part if important private and institutional collections, among which “Il volto di Cristo” donated to His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI and “150°” donated to President Giorgio Napolitano.
Remaining in a religious context the artist painted “La Sacra Sindone” donated to the Santa Maria dei Barbuti Church, famous for being designed by the architect Paolo Portoghesi in 1971, in 2010 during the showing of the holy shroud.
Positive feedback has seen his works being shown at important collective exhibitions like the 54th Biennale of Venice, in the Italy – Milan pavilion, organised by Professor V. Sgarbi and a personal exhibition in 2009 at Werkkunst Gallery in Berlin (Germany)
It’s currently possible to admire some of his works of art at the international Contemporary Art Show, an even organised in collaboration with EXPO 2015 and curated by Prof. Giorgio Grasso.