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Hani Zurob

Paolo Guiotto

Italy Palestine
 
 
 
 

He was born in San Donà del Piave , near Venice, in 1934. He attended the Carmini Art School  and, later on, the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. He had his first one-man show of painting in Rome in 1960, and in 1968 he started to work also as a sculptor. He was immediately very successful also in this field  and his work of that period The Absent Body is still considered one of his masterpieces, with other two large size monumental sculptures, The Machine to stop the Time (1979-1980)  and West loosing brightness (1978-1980). He held many one-man shows in very renown galleries and participated in numerous group shows in Italy and abroad.
Works by Paolo Guiotto are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence.  As a scene-designer,  he worked with the internationally known  director Luchino Visconti in Spoleto, for  the IV Festival of the Two Worlds. A documentary film was shot on his sculpture The Absent Body, and many books were published on his art production in painting and sculpture as well.
An anthological exhibit of his work was organized in the Rome Museum of Palazzo Braschi in 1991, and an important one-man show was held in 2005 at the Museum in Palazzo Venezia in Rome on the theme The Present Body.     The same exhibit was later in 2005  transferred to the Royal Palace of Caserta, near Naples. Guiotto is also the author of many art books and videos. At present he has an atelier in Rome.

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