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Silvio Porzionato

Moncalieri, Turin, Italy

Silvio Porzionato - Rossetti Arte Contemporanea

Silvio Porzionato was born in Moncalieri (Piedmont region-Italy) in 1971.

After obtaining the high school diploma in Arts, he worked for a decade in the design field for an important Turin company. Then, he decided to start a new life in the silent environment of Roero lands (Piedmont Region – Italy), in intimate contact with nature and art. This choice resulted in being a revelation, that will immediately lead him to be noticed in the several national awards.
After only one year, he was selected for the Mondadori Art Prize, in 2010 he won the critics’ prize at Saluzzo Arte and created a permanent work for the Museum of Urban Art in Turin.

In 2011 he was selected for the 54th Venice Biennale, exhibiting both in the Piedmont regional pavilion and in the Italian Pavilion in Turin. In 2013 he created 3 installations “Codice Temporale” (Time Code) with 112 paintings for the MACS (Museum of Contemporary Art in Sicily), giving birth to a gallery of mirrors that reflected the various ages of man from infancy to old age, all of the same intensity and significance. His latest group and solo exhibitions have been held in Hong Kong, Miami, Chicago, London, Paris, Bogotá, New York and Istanbul.

He is a figurative painter who prefers oil painting on large canvases, starting from pics of friends and people he meets on the street who particularly inspired him. Although they are ordinary people, the figures he depicts in close-up statuary shapes have the strength to make us forget the private dimension typical of the portrait and at the same time they have the power to become icons of the human race.



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