Franco Angeli


Giuseppe Angeli, known in art as Franco Angeli, was born in Rome, in the San Lorenzo district, on May 14, 1935, from a family of the people with a solid anti-fascist and socialist tradition. Angeli [...]

Ugo Attardi


Born in Genoa of Sicilian parents, at the age of one he moved with them to Palermo, where the fascist regime forced them to return, due to his father's trade union activity. The arrival in Rome in 1945, [...]

Mario Ceroli


Born in Abruzzo, Mario Ceroli trained in Rome, at the Institute of Art. He attends Leoncillo's ceramic courses, follows him as an assistant even outside school hours; he soon began to work also in the studios of [...]

Tano Festa


He was born in Rome on November 2, 1938. In 1957 he graduated from the Art Institute in the section of artistic photography. In 1959 he exhibited for the first time, with Franco [...]

Mino Maccari


At nineteen he participated in the Great War as a field artillery officer. Returning to Siena in 1920 he graduated in law and began working at the lawyer's office in Colle Val d'Elsa. His [...]

Renato Mambor


He was born as a film poster designer, screenwriter and also an actor (he will also participate as an interpreter in Fellini's La Dolce Vita ). As a painter he made his debut at the age of [...]

Giuseppe Spagnulo


Born in one of the most important historical centers of ceramics, his first training took place in his father's ceramic laboratory, where he also mastered the lathe technique. After completing his first studies at the Art School of [...]

Mauro Staccioli


He graduated from the State Art Institute of Volterra in 1954. His artistic activity, which began in the early 1960s, has always been firmly intertwined with that of teaching and that of a militant intellectual, committed to analyzing [...]

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