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Pino Pascali

(Bari, 1935 – Rome, 1968)

Pino Pascali was an Italian artist, considered one of the most important exponents of “Arte Povera”. He was born in Bari on October 19, 1935, son of a family resident in Polignano a Mare. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in 1959. In 1965, he had his first solo show in the prestigious gallery “La Tartaruga” in Rome. In just three years he imposed himself on the attention of the greatest Italian art critics and avant-garde art dealers with an irreverent, playful art, in a constant reworking of Mediterranean elements. He was a painter, sculptor, set designer, performer, and photographer. On September 11, 1968, at the pinnacle of his success, he died in Rome at the age of 33 years, a very young age. He is probably remembered as the greatest Apulian artist and as one of the most innovative post-war Italian personalities.


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