Conrado Bonomi "Eggs", 2008.
Conrado Bonomi "Eggs", 2008.
Conrado Bonomi "Eggs", 2008.
Conrado Bonomi "Eggs", 2008.
Conrado Bonomi "Eggs", 2008.
Conrado Bonomi "Eggs", 2008.

Conrado Bonomi "Eggs", 2008.

  • 29 x 29 cm.
  • Perfect Condition
  • Signed, limited edition of 33
  • Corrado Bonomi was born in Novara on March 20, 1956. After completing his art studies, he dedicated himself to his human and vocational training until 1982, the year of his first exhibition. Since then, he participated in many other exhibitions, developing a particular artistic language of his own. In 1995 he joined the group “Concettualismo Ironico Italiano”, originated at the Galleria Falzone in Mannheim. In 1998 he created a work for the Museo di Scultura Contemporanea “Su logu de s’iscultura” in Tortolì. As he continued his activity as an artist, he started his experience in teaching and since 1995 he has been working as a cultural operator with the Department of Education of the Museo d’Arte Contemporanea of the Castle of Rivoli. For them he has carried out several projects, some of which are shown at the 1999 didactic exhibition, hosted by the cultural association “La Casa della Tigre” in Turin. Since 1997 he has been busily working with the museum “A come Ambiente” of Turin, for which he has published a catalogue “Animali e Fiori nascono da…”, a didactic-creative path to the alternative re-use of discharged material. In the school year 2000-2001 he took classes at the Art and Design School “Futurarium” in Milan, directed by A. Guerriero. In 2003 he was invited to take part in the exhibition-contest of the Foundation VAF at the Exhibition Building of Mathildenhole in Darmstadt, Germany. Other exhibitions worth to remember are ”Una Babele Postmoderna” by E. Di Mauro, Parma 2002; “Kids Are Us” by M. Sciaccaluga, Galleria Civica, Trento 2003; “Spielzeugwelt” Galleria Falzone, Mannheim, Germany, 2003; “Castelli in Aria” Galleria Peccolo, Leghorn 2003; “Arti e Mestieri” Bonelli Contemporary Art, Mantua. alessi starck


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