Brooklyn NY, circa 1940’s was a special place and time for impressionable Nino Infante growing up. It was this breeding ground of textured memories that would one day be the catalyst for Nino’s dark and dreamlike paintings. Infante’s abstract / surrealistic style can seem childlike and raw but on a parallel level, simply pure, oozing with imagination. Nino offers you a voyeuristic peek into his complex psyche dotted with colorful Coney Island characters, shadowy figures and mysterious women in white. Coming from an inviolably private place, the spectrum of Infante’s images weave stories of a nostalgic and simpler time.