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Sergio Ragalzi

1951 Italy

14 Works exhibited

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  • About the Artist

Sergio Ragalzi was born in Turin, where he still lives and works. He debuted on Italian art scene in the '84 with "Extemporanea", the exhibition that consecrates the reopening of the historic Roman gallery "Attico" of Fabio Sargentini. In 1985 he participated at "Anniottanta" exhibition at Gallery of Modern Art of Bologna. The same year he was invited to the Art Museum of Sao Paulo and some of his works were presented in the exhibition "L'Italie Aujourd'hui" at the Centre National d'Art Contemporain in Nice, curated by AB Oliva, Maurizio Calvesi, Antonio Del Guercio and Filiberto Menna. In 1986 he participated in the itineranr exhibition Hannover-Frankfurt-Vienna "Aspekte italienischen der Kunst 1960-1985" curated by Renato Barilli. In 1992 he participated in the "Avanguardie in Piemonte 1960-1990" at the Municipal Gallery of Alessandria. In 1996 he participated in the XII Art Quadrennial at Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome. In 1997 he won the Prize of the Camera dei Deputati, in that occasion it was acquired one of his works for the collection of the Camera and, in the same year, a catalog and an exhibition have been held in his honor. In 2001, his sculptures are displayed at the exhibition "The Italian sculpture of the twentieth century, Italy in Japan from 2001 to 2002" in the three Japanese museums of modern art in Ibaraki, Yokohama, and Kagoshima. In 2007 he organized a retrospective exhibition at Pagliero factory in Castellamonte (To). The most important exhibitions of 2008 are four: Acquario alla galleria Allegretti in Turin, Voliere alla Galleria Delloro in Rome, Due insetti neri at Castello di Rivara, contemporary art centre and Pioggia Nera in Milan, at Grossetti Contemporary Art. The research that underlies the work of Sergio Ragalzi is the attempt to shape the innermost unconscious of man, that the artist resolves in the revelation of a lucid nightmare.

Works by Sergio Ragalzi

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2010

148 x 148.3 cm

6000,00 €

2010

80 x 121 cm

4400,00 €

2010

80.5 x 121.4 cm

4400,00 €

2010

80.5 x 121.4 cm

4400,00 €

2010

80.5 x 121.4 cm

4400,00 €

2010

81 x 121 cm

4400,00 €

2010

121 x 132.5 cm

6000,00 €

2010

102 x 143.7 cm

6000,00 €

2010

80 x 120 cm

4400,00 €

2004

290 x 200 cm

16000,00 €

1993

80 x 70 cm

9000,00 €

2003

180 x 180 cm

12000,00 €

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