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Alessandro Russo

1953
Italy

14 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Alessandro Russo

Milan 2013 II

2013

75 x 106cm

700,00 €

Milan 2014

2014

106 x 77cm

700,00 €

Milan 2013

2013

106 x 75cm

700,00 €

Milan 2014

2014

106.5 x 76cm

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Track 21

2014

106.5 x 77cm

700,00 €

Milan, Centrale Station

2014

46 x 32cm

700,00 €

Milan New Profile

2014

60 x 70cm

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New Profiles 2014

2014

70 x 50cm

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Binario 21

2014

70 x 86cm

Milano di Notte

2014

98 x 68cm

Bosco Verticale

2015

88 x 68cm

M1 Duomo

2013

120 x 80cm

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Lives and works in Milan where he teaches Decoration at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera. In over fourthy years of painting Alessandro Russo has fostered an experience of strong personality in the european figurative field. At the end of Seventies, the poet and critic Piero Bigongiari has talked about “slim and air creativity obsessiones” to described the artist's visionary world, rediscoverd in the daily visible. 

Among the first solo shows: in 1973 at Galleria l'Astragalo, Catanzaro; in 1979 at Galleria Lusca and Galleria Schettini, Milan; in 1981 at Galleria Pananti, Florence; in 1990 at Pinacoteca di Taverna. In 1995 he exposed at Casa delle Arti in Pécs (Hungary) and in 1996 at Muse Petòfi in Budapest. In 2003 he partecipated in the exhibition “Le chef d'oeuvreinconnue”, curated by Luigi Tassoni and Gerome Bloch, at the French Institute in Florence. In 2005 he took part in the first show at MAC, Contemporary Art Museum in Catanzaro and he exposed at Antonio Battaglia Gallery in 2006 and 2009.

The Rocco Gugliemo Foundation and the city of Catanzaro organized his retrospective, curated by Gianluca Marziani, at Complesso Monumentale del San Giovanni (2011); in the same year he partecipated at the Italian Pavillion, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, in occasion of the Venice Biennial. He took part in the exhibition “Un'altra storia – arte italiana dagli anni ottanta agli anni duemila”, curated by Edoardo di Mauro, at Ex-Chiesa di San Carpoforo, Milan (2011). In 2012 he realized permanent works for the urban archeology project called “Recovery Art” curated by Achille Bonito Oliva. He has been invitated by Antonio Battaglia Gallery to participate in the collateral event of Arte Fiera Bologna (2014), “Undici artisti. Una generazione”, an exhibition curated by Valerio Dehò at the Rocca di Bentivoglio Foundation, Bazzano (Bologna). In 2016 Antonio Battaglia Gallery organizes his solo show with recents works on the occasion of the publication of the monography “Alessandro Russo. Percorsi – Journey”.