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Nino De Luca


Nino De Luca

Nino De Luca was born in Torre Del Greco (Naples) on 12th September 1965.

In 1983, he graduates in Rome and obtains a Diploma in Arts High School and in the 1988; he completes his art studies at the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome, Painting section obtaining his Bachelor of Arts.

In 1989, he founded the association "Workshops Art Meetings" with two colleagues of the Art Academy.

His art exhibition activity begins just before the '90s.

2001 marks an important year in the artistic career of Nino De Luca; the painter moves to the Roman art studio of Palazzo Castelli/Cannella and here he meets important personalities of the Italian artistic panorama of the 20th century.

The new studio is a place of great cultural importance, where Afro, Gentilini, Maccari, Tamburi, Vespignani, Ziveri printed their artworks. Here Burri realizes his first burning and Rambelli his sculptures. Among all the artists known at Palazzo Castelli, Bruno Canova will play a fundamental role, a master to whom De Luca feels he owes a lot, both in human and artistic terms.

Andrea Bonavoglia, Lorenzo Canova, Antonio Carbè, Silvia Cardi, Marcello Carlino, Gioia Cativa, Leonardo Conti, Raffaele De Grada, Paolo D’Orazio, Francesco Gallo Mazzeo, Livio Garbuglia, Vittorio Esposito, Giorgio Ficcarelli, Mario Lunetta, Silvia Pegoraro, Reinhard Pfnigst, Stefano Ronca, Francesco Rossini, Laura Scognamiglio, Gabriele Simongini, Nicola Spagnoli, Chiara Strozzieri, Luigi Tallarico, Maria Olimpia Tudoran wrote about his art in occasion of solo and group exhibitions.

De Luca has participated to national awards and numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad and his works are present in museums and private collections.

An important exhibition took place in 2005 in Bucharest at the Romanian Ministry of Culture, organized and promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Embassy of Italy in Romania and by the Italian Cultural Institute in Bucharest.

In 2007 and 2012, he was invited to exhibit in Sibiu (Romania) at the Brukenthal Museum, exhibition curated and organized by the Italian Cultural Institute in Bucharest.

Since 1990, he has been working as an art teacher and since 2008 he is chair holder of design and decoration pictorial at the former Art Institute today Liceo Artistico Statale "Enzo Rossi" of Rome.

He currently lives between Abruzzo region and Rome where his studio is located.



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