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Paolo Albertelli

1966 Italy

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  • About the Artist
Born in Turin in 1966, Paolo Albertelli honed his skills as an architect and sculptor as an assistant in a number of major ateliers of the Italian Arte Povera movement. These included Gilberto Zorio, Marco Gastini, Luigi Mainolfi and other artists such as Sergio Fermariello, and he trained through working in their workshops and managing a large number of their exhibitions. At the same time, he has worked with several major landscape gardeners, including Paolo Peyrone and Anne Peyron, in the design and construction of parks and gardens. Together with his wife, the architect Mariagrazia Abbaldo, he has run his own architectural studio since 1999, further strengthening ties between the two professions. His sculptures have also been exhibited in the Reinhold Messner museum since 2011 (www.messner-mountain-museum.it). His sculptures have been on display in our gallery in Chamonix since the summer of 2010. Surrounded by Mario Colonel’s black and white prints, his work has been a huge success, delighting mountain enthusiasts and art lovers alike. Paolo Albertelli and Mariagrazia Abbaldo founded Studio C&C, an architectural practice based in Torino.

Works by Paolo Albertelli

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2014

190 x 115 x 0.2 cm

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