Artists

  • Simonè

    Simona Amato, known as Simonè, was born in Messina in 1972 and attended the “Ernesto Basile” Art High School. She later graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. A multifaceted artist, she draws inspiration from figurative abstract painting alternated with elements of pop art and comics. She has participated in various group exhibitions,…

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  • Salvatore Fiume

    Born in Comiso, Sicily, on October 23, 1915, Salvatore Fiume was a painter, sculptor, architect, writer, and set designer. At sixteen, he won a scholarship to the Regio Istituto per l’Illustrazione del Libro in Urbino, where he gained a deep knowledge of printing techniques: lithography, silk-screen printing, etching, and woodcut. In 1936, after completing his…

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  • Giuliano Grittini

    Giuliano Grittini was born in 1951 in Corbetta, in the province of Milan. After graduating in graphic design, he worked for several years in the studios of numerous artists and as an expert in printing techniques, obtaining the title of art printer. Throughout his long career, Grittini had the opportunity to collaborate with important figures…

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  • Sergio Verginelli

    Sergio Verginelli was born and grown in Rome, in a family of artists: his uncle Goffredo, well-known sculptor and medallist, was an Academy teacher. After many artistical experiences, Sergio Verginelli reached sculpture in 1968, beginning with a Verism in the classical style, which he abandoned afterwards to find his own style, which exalts the formal…

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  • Ludmilla Radchenko

    Ludmilla Radchenko was born on 11 November 1978 in Omsk in Siberia, where he is diploma in Fashion Design in 1999. In the same year arrives in Italy, where she works as a model, show-girl and actress until 2008. In 2009, after a course at New York Film Academy in the USA, Ludmilla decides to…

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  • Giuliano Vangi

    Giuliano Vangi was born in Barberino di Mugello (Florence) on March 13, 1931. He studied at the Institute of Art in Florence and taught at the Institute of Art in Pesaro. After a period spent in São Paulo, Brazil (1959-62), he taught at the Institute of Art in Cantù, and since 1978 he has been…

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  • Giuseppe Ducrot

    Born in Rome in 1966, Giuseppe Ducrot is the leading Italian ceramicist of his generation. His family heritage dates back to a French ancestor who worked construction on the Suez Canal in the 19th century and died of cholera in Palermo, Italy, leaving a widow and a son. The latter would later found Studio Ducrot,…

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  • Aurelio Amendola

    Aurelio Amendola was born in Pistoia (19 January 1938), during his exceptional career as an art photographer, Aurelio Amendola devoted himself intensely to the field of contemporary art, collecting a true Gallery of Portraits of the most renowned masters of the 20th century, a sort of Gallery of Illustrious Men of the high epoch, revisited…

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  • Paolo de Cuarto

    Paolo De Cuarto was born in the south of southern Italy: Catanzaro. Well, this is the biographical track we deem essential for a proper understanding of his artistic life. Other than that, the life of an artist is shaped according to his inspiration; yet, there is always a point of origin, any day of its…

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  • Salvador Dalì

    Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, the surrealistic icon of modern art, was born on May 11, 1904, in Figueres, Catalonia, 26 kilometers from the French border, at the foothills of the Pyrenees. His father was a notary, strict in upbringing, while his mother, Felipa, tended to encourage young Dalí in his artistic curiosity.…

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