The works of Marco Sandreschi (born in 1996 in Lucca, lives and works in Florence) combine the typical style of illustration, minimal and stylized, with the tradition of landscape painting. Among the inspirations are the great medieval Flemish and Italian landscape painters, but also more recent artists such as Prampolini, Pericoli, Steinberg and Salvo. The artist's intent is to create new spaces that have narrative capacity. In other words, Sandreschi wants to realize the idea of a landscape that is far from reality, suspended and eternal, almost mysterious. The observer thus does not focus on a single subject but on the arrangement of multiple elements which all together communicate with each other. Space is therefore not represented but used to create an environment that holds all the elements together in a polycentrism where all subjects have the same size regardless of perspective.