A video interview by Victoria Surliuga (Texas Tech University) expert scholar of Italian artist and publisher Ezio Gribaudo, a living testimony of the history of art of the second half of the twentieth century, and of the influences and collaborations between Italy and the United States.
Trained at the Accademia di Brera and as an architect, Turin-based Ezio Gribaudo brings to his visionary art a distinctive sense of chromatic precision and historical determination that derive from his work as a painter, sculptor, and graphic artist. His award-winning production has been recognized with various international prizes, among which the IX Rome Quadriennale in 1965, the XXXIII Venice Biennale Prize (for graphic arts) in 1966, and the São Paulo Biennale in 1967.
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Gribaudo’s prolific production and diversified activities have given him a highly significant presence in contemporary Italian art. He worked with Francis Bacon, Giorgio de Chirico, Willem De Kooning, Marcel Duchamp, Peggy Guggenheim, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, the CoBrA Group with Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel, Jean-Michel Atlan, and Asger Jorn, to mention a few artists and personalities with whom he crossed paths. Through his committed activity as an art publisher, he mentored and promoted many of the most relevant figures in modern art since the 1950s.
Date: Da Wednesday, June 23, 2021 a Friday, July 23, 2021
Organized by : IIC-NY
Entrance : Free
FONTE e INFO: www.iicnewyork.esteri.it