Remo Brindisi (Rome, April 25, 1918 - Lido di Spina, July 25, 1996 ). He studied in Pescara, L'Aquila and Rome, attending the Urbino School of Art. During his life he made many study trips (including to Florence, Paris, Venice) and then moved to live in Milan. Internationally recognized to the point of becoming one of the most cited and well-known painters of Italian painting of the last century. Schools and some streets are dedicated to him in Italy. Works His first solo show dates back to 1940 (Florence): the presentation of the exhibition catalog is written by Eugenio Montale. He has exhibited works in personal exhibitions in Paris, Nice, Milan, Venice, Rome in Cairo, in Sao Paulo in Brazil. He was President of the Milan Triennale and was awarded the gold medal of the Public Education of the Republic for cultural merits. He has participated, especially between the 1940s and 1950s, in numerous Venice Biennials and the Rome Quadrennial. Also famous for the figures, faces and landscapes: the “Venezie”, the “Opponents”, the “Little Shepherds”, the “Maternity” are the most recurring cyclical themes . He has painted social and political works, among which the History of Fascism cycle (1957-62) stands out. He created the symbols carried in procession on Good Friday in L'Aquila. He set up (built between 1971 and 1973 on a project by Nanda Vigo) a museum of modern art in Lido di Spina, donating it to the municipal administration of Comacchio. In the museum, whose internal structure is in turn a valuable architectural work, many works by contemporary artists are collected.
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