Sergio Cesario was Born in São Paulo Brazil and currently lives between Miami and Lisbon. His contemporary digital artworks combine photographs of widely unrelated objects, places and pictures to form spontaneous, vibrant and often colorful abstract images. As a technology enthusiast, Cesario first became interested in digital art through his own audio-visual experiences as a teenager, randomly shooting ordinary scenes on a Super-8 cam. 


Cesario is no stranger to both still or motion pictures as he spent several years as a reporter, producing and anchoring the news for different platforms in Brazil and the USA. Many of his graphics ideas were also featured on different shows, including his own segment called Tech-Line for Bloomberg TV Brazil, where his creativity was unleashed in the late 90s, early 2000s. 

Using today’s digital technology (exploring different imaging apps) as his tools, Cesario’s highly experimental style attempts to find a balance between the familiar and the abstract resembling a world of fantasy, realism and contemporary-expressionism. 


He takes inspiration from an ordinary visual world using a process of deconstruction and manipulation of images without particular significance and translating everyday experiences into artwork. While his vibrant digital-generated imagery has many facets, he mostly uses a combination of photographs he has taken himself and remix them with color, scribbles and doodles to create modern abstract figures, almost childlike images that interact with the uncertainties of the real and the virtual worlds we inhabit.

Sergio Cesario holds a Master of Arts degree from the New York University (Broadcasting Journalism). His inaugural exhibition took place in September 2021, hosted by the Miami Curatorial and selected by

Dr. Milagros Bello, an acclaimed art critic, director and chief curator of the Curator’s Voice Art Projects.


Sergio Cesario is represented by

Milagros Bello, PhD at MIA Curatorial Projects


Curriculum Vitae

Sergio at MIS-SP




Tel.: +1.212.979.6969

Artist’s Statement


"Capturing reality and freezing it in time never seemed enough to me. I wanted to transform photographic images into something more meaningful and create an open channel to celebrate freedom and break away from a regressing world. While I make no attempts to distort reality, I do want my works to unveil emotions and transcend from the chaotic and unpredictable world we live in."


Master of Arts – Broadcasting Journalism, 1997

Graduate School of Arts and Science

New York University

Selected Group Exhibitions


Apr 23-Nov 27 — European Cultural Centre, Venice

Americans. Current Imaginaries | Curated by Milagros Bello, Ph.D., MIA Curatorial

Personal Structures, in the content of the 59th Venice Art Biennale, Venice, Italy

Apt 28-Jul 28 — International Art Award

IAA New Generations, a VR exhibition, Selection by the jury


Nov-Dec — Art Basel Week, Miami

Concurrences | Oblique Views, MIA Curatorial, Miami


Sept-Oct — Curator’s Voice Art Projects, Miami

Cross Aesthetics, MIA Curatorial, Miami


Private Collection

Works held in private collections in the United States, Brazil and Portugal

Curatorial Projects

MIA Curatorial

Represented by Curator Dr. Milagros Bello, PhD

at Curator’s Voice Art Projects 



"Sergio Cesario’s digitally post produced photographs are based on real architectural structures that he photographs, and over which he re-purposes his creative imaginary. Using software, the artist infuses the original scene with pictorial elements. Diluted colors, serpentine lines, space dissolutions, and scribbling lines serve to de-compose the vista into a fictional and dream-like scenario. Cesario transposes reality into invisible dimensions of intimate life experiences, visual reflections on existential states, and projections of inner introspections."


— Milagros Bello, Ph.D. 

Art Miami Magazine


An article by Dr. Milagros Bello featured on Art Miami Magazine.
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I recommend visiting the European Cultural Centre, especially this April as they open their biennial, featuring the work of many outstanding artists, including Jacques Jarrige. 

Personal Structures, European Cultural Centre, 23 April-27 November