Italian artist, Luciano De Liberato was born in 1947 in and was among the protagonists of European painting in the '80s with 49 solo shows including the prestigious international Art Basel in 1983 and 1984. Since 1990 De Liberato has been exclusively devoted to his fine art practice when he retired to his studio in the Italian countryside. All of De Liberato's pieces is created within research cycles. Since 1994 he employs a unique and very personal vocabulary of media and form as well as authentic poetry, away from fads and mannerist trends.
In 2011, De Liberato was invited to Italian Pavilion (Abruzzo) of the Venice Biennale and in 2012 his work "RED" was selected as an image of the Lincoln Center Festival in New York, which gave his work global renown.
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