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Claudio D'Angelo was born on August 7, 1938, in Tripoli, to Italian parents from Ascoli Piceno. In 1942 the family returned to Italy and settled in their country of origin. Read the full biography

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Biografia di Claudio D'angelo

Claudio D'Angelo was born on August 7, 1938, in Tripoli, to Italian parents from Ascoli Piceno. In 1942 the family returned to Italy and settled in their country of origin. As a teenager, D'Angelo became interested in visual arts and music, particularly jazz, and for a time would also become a musician. These passions led him to graduate from the Art School of Rome. His early artistic work quickly evolved from explicitly figurative to more informal and neo-Dadaist proposals. In the second half of the 1960s his work shifted more towards geometric and projective ideas, leading the artist to develop a precise research that would translate into an aniconic and strongly identifying language. In 1964 he began studying the accuracy of the image and the kinetics and dynamics of geometric-spatial configurations. In 1966 he came into contact with the gallery owner Fiamma Vigo, who immediately took an interest in his work, presenting his work, with SET di Numero, in national and international art exhibitions. In 1968 he developed modular organisms using "Toroidal Forms", as stated in the title of his next solo exhibition (1969) at the Galleria Numero in Rome. In the 1970s he began a series of works which he called "Progetti Ipotesi", with which he held three personal exhibitions, all in the Fiamma Vigo galleries: in Florence, Venice and Rome, between 1970 and 1971. This last exhibition led Palma Bucarelli to acquire a significant painting, "Ipotesi Progetto A/1", from 1971, for the collections of the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome. In 1972 he held personal exhibitions at the Ferrari Gallery in Verona and at the Sincron Contemporary Art Center in Brescia. In the same year he exhibited a group of works at the "Arte e Società" exhibition held at the Palazzo delle Terme di San Vincenzo. In 1976 he began designing "Analysis Situs", aimed at structuring photodynamic values ​​through combinatorial sequences of signs. In the same year he held a solo show with these works at the Martano Gallery in Turin and created an anthology of works from 1965 to 1975 at the Numero Gallery in Rome. In 1977 he exhibited again in personal exhibitions at the Galleria Ferrari in Verona and at the Galleria Vismara in Milan, also starting to propose installations, environments and performances. In 1978 he continued to design new environments, experimenting with different materials and solutions. In the 90s he held personal exhibitions at the Galleria Spazio Temporaneo in Milan (1991, 1996), at the Galleria Ferrari in Verona (1991), at the Galleria Vismara in Milan (1993, 1996, 1998), at the Galleria Spriano in Omegna (1995), the Galerie Florence Arnaud in Paris (1997) and the Multimedia Gallery in Brescia (1998). In 1997 a "moment" began in his work, which lasted several years, working on photographic supports by Rosanna Flammini. His work has been widely documented by critical essays and participations in national and international art exhibitions. He has exhibited abroad in museums and public spaces in Barcelona, ​​Jihlave, Frankfurt, Paris, Basel, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, Rijeka, Vienna, Graz, New York, Washington, Krakow, Jyvaskyla, Taipei, Weiden, Baden-Baden, Couvin, Bradford, Budapest, Cairo, Brussels, Namur, London, Gamle Fredrikstad, Rosny Sur Seine, Lugano, Viroinval, Nismes and Bohain. His works are in the Museums of Modern Art in Caracas, Graz, Jivaskyla, Krakow, Budapest, Couvin, Gamle Fredrikstad, and in the civic galleries.

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