(Image: Luciano de Liberato, Terrae motus (earthquake), 2012, slate, acrylic and Liparis pumice on canvas , 100 x 100 x 3 centimeters ; © Luciano de Liberato)
Luciano de Liberato (b. Chieti, Italy)
Luciano de Liberato lives and works in Chieti, Italy. He begun working in art back in 1975, immediately arousing much interest among the most prominent Italian art critics and historians (Maurizio Fagiolo dell’Arco, Filiberto Menna, Enrico Crispolti, Lorenza Trucchi) by whom he was considered a painting young master and one of the great Italian colorists. After a rich activity at national and international scale, with prestigious appearances, such as “Art Basel” 1983 and 1984 (solo exhibitions, Galleria Artivisive, Roma), in the early 80s he decided to continue his art research in total isolation. Since 1994 he uses a unique and highly personal language, as well as authentic poetics that are away from fashions and mannerist trends.
Luciano de Liberato’s artistic production follows well defined research cycles. He is offering a variety of important works belonging to different cycles, dating from 2003 to 2013 in the ArtSlant Salesroom (here)
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