Luciano de Liberato
About Luciano de Liberato
Italian painter. He began working in art in 1975, immediately attracting a lot of interest among the most important Italian art critics and historians (Filiberto Menna, Maurizio Fagiolo dell’Arco, Enrico Crispolti, Marcello Venturoli, Lorenza Trucchi). He was considered a young master and one of the great Italian colourists. De Liberato has more than 40 solo exhibitions, including in the prestigious “Art Basel” 1983 and 1984. Since 1990 he retired to his studio in the Italian province. Since 1994 he uses a unique and very personal language, as well as authentic poetry that are away from fads and mannerist trends. In 2011 he was invited to the Italian Pavilion (Abruzzo) of the Venice Biennale. In 2012 one of his works, “RED”, was chosen as an image of the Lincoln Center Festival in New York, which gave to his work global renown. In 2011 he decided to close all relations with the Italian galleries and work exclusively in international fora.
13 July/27 October 2013 - Vasto, Italy, Aragona Palace Museum, "The many souls Italian art of abstraction"
2013 november / December —- ROMA, Galleria Marchetti, Via Margutta, ” Icone dell’ invisibile”, a cura di Silvia Pegoraro