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Luca Bertolo

Luca Bertolo (b. 1968 in Milan) lives and works in Seravezza, Tuscany. After studying computer science at university, he graduated from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan in 1998. His work has been shown in solo exhibitions at SpazioA, Pistoia (2022); Mart, Rovereto (2018/19); MAN_Museo d’arte Provincia di Nuoro, Gavoi, Sardinia (2017); Arcade, London (2017); and Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles (2016). Most recently he has taken part in the exhibitions Sul principio di contraddizione, GAM, Turin (2021), and Le realtà ordinarie, Palazzo de’ Toschi, Bologna (2020). In 2018 was published I baffi del bambino (The Child’s Moustache), a collection of his writing about art and artists. In 2022, he edited the Italian version of the essay On the Strange Place of Religion in Contemporary Art by the American critic and art historian J. Elkins for Johan & Levi Editore. His works can be found in the collections of Centro Pecci, Prato; Mart, Rovereto; and GAM, Turin. He teaches painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna. He is represented by SpazioA, Pistoia and Arcade, London.

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