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Galleria "Vera Arte",Bari,Italy, Dec.2016/Jan 2017
Oil & Water Gallery, Wandsworth London January 2014
Art St George Gallery, London, August/September 2012
Galleria “Vera Arte", Bari, Italy, Sept/October 2007
Galleria "Vera Arte", Bari, Italy, October 2005
Chardart, Chard, October 2003
Palazzo Recalcati, Milan, Italy, April 1997
Mary Place Gallery, Sydney, Australia, December 1995
Espace Alliance Gallery, Sydney, Australia, July 1993
Two Artists Show:
Naked Eye Art Gallery, Hove, April 2012
Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, March/April 2000
Three Artists Show:
Oxo Gallery,London, Variations 2016, September 2016
Oxo Gallery, London, Variations 2015, July 2015
Espace Alliance Gallery, Sydney, Australia, August 1994
South Bank Show, London, Dec/January 1987/8
Exhibition and Silver Medal Prize:
Mostra d’arte dello studente, Rome, 1961
Born in Puglia and raised in Rome, Giuseppe has lived a truly global life, moving from Europe to Venezuela, Japan and Australia. His travels have been a huge inspiration, informing his love of colours.
From an early age he has shown a passion for art and started drawing
and painting with the help of artist friends. During his professional activity abroad, he always managed to find time for painting and drawing.
In Australia, particularly, where he lived for eight years, he painted colourful outback landscapes, and views in and around Sydney, successfully exhibiting on a yearly basis.
Since returning to Europe, his main sources of inspiration have been
the landscapes of Puglia, Southern Italy, the land of his ancestors.
Visiting every summer he makes sketches, later developed into colourful paintings and prints in his studio. His screen printing technique is to build up numerous layers of colour to produce visually complex landscapes and abstractwork.
His latest series of screen prints are of his Puglian landscapes.
Using a painterly style, he employs a photographic process to create stencils which reproduce his bold brush strokes and vivacious colours. Lately, the abstract tendencies have been seeping into his landscapes.
Affordable Art Fair ( Patricia LaFontaine Stand), London October 2015
Affordable Art Fair ( Patricia La Fontaine Stand) London,October 2014
Open Studios,Wimbledon Art Studios,London May 2014
Open Studios,Wimbledon Art studios, London May and November 2013
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2012
Affordable Art Fair (A.K.Lambert Gallery) London, October 2012
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2011
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2010
Cannizaro House, Wimbledon, from November 2009
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2009
Webbs Road Fine Art, London, December 2008/May 2009
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November 2008
Globe Gallery, Weybridge, Surrey, July 2008/May 2009
Mc Neill Gallery, Radlett, Herts, June/July 2008
Open Studios, Wimbledon Art Studios, London, May and November2007
Affordable Art Fair (Karen Taylor Gallery), London, October 2006
Karen Taylor Contemporary Art Gallery, Twickenam, December 2004/January 2005
Carlyle Gallery, Chelsea, 24 - 28 June 2003
Karen Taylor Contemporary Art Gallery, Twickenham, 6 June -1 July 2003
Battersea Contemporary Art Fair, Battersea, 16 - 18 May 2003
Anderson Hill Gallery, Kingston upon Thames, 2 - 31 May 2003
King’s Galleries, Canterbury & St Katharine Docks, London, Summer 2002
Middlestreet Gallery, Padstow, Cornwall, Summer 2002
Hicks Gallery, Wimbledon, June 2002