Gabriella Porpora

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Gabriella Porpora
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Gabriella Porpora in 2004
Born Gabriella Porpora
June 22, 1942
Rome, Italy
Nationality Italian, Italian,
Education Academy of Fine Arts in Rome
Known for Painting
Notable work see Selected works
Movement Informal Art, Poor Art, Land Art
Awards Arte Dannata
Patron(s) Giorgio de Chirico, Francis Bacon (painter), Robert Rauschenberg, Marcel Duchamp

Gabriella Porpora (Born June 22, 1942 – ) is an italian artist, painter and plexiglass, also known as acrylic or acrylic glass, and wood sculptor.

Her artwork can be inserted in the steps of Avant-garde art movements.

Her artworks are experimental, often innovative.

Born in Rome, Italy, to a Roman mother and a Neapolitan father, she founded, among other twelve artists, the Gruppo 12 art movement.

She has lived in Paris (Roumania, 1972-1976), in Paris (France, 1976-1984) and then back to Rome (Italy, 1984-today).

She has sculpted original art-crafts called "Pictoscultures".

She is still active in many exhibitions, most of all in different places in Italy.

Selected works[edit]

  • In volo, SunShine and Seduction (2003)

References[edit]

http://www.dreamyourmind.com/blog/interview-with-connekt-artist-gabriella-porpora/

http://www.gruppo12.it/

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