Me


Enrico Bacci


Hi there! My name is Enrico Bacci and I was born in the countryside near Pisa, since then I live in the beautiful Tuscany. I am a self-taught.


This is my home town of Livorno, Italy

Livorno


As the Art-director of my Advertising Agency, thirty years old, I was invited to represent Italy at the Biennale of the Mediterranean Area Youth Productions,(Florence 1986). In 1988, I won the silver medal at the Art Prize of Mondadori, with exhibitions at the Finart of Rome and Milan, in the same year I was chosen among the top ten painters in the world at the International Competition Art in New York.


Since 1989 my work has also catered to the sculpture, producing many works in bronze and marble in Venice, city where I worked until 1991. In 1995 Fax-Art, artistic creations by fax, at the Exhibition Palace in Rome took place. From that year until 2000, followed the exhibitions in Rome, Venice, Pamplona (Spain), Pisa and New York. In addition, I also worked on monumental sculptures. In 2000, I continued with the design projects, by participating in the Forum on-line as part of the International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.


…followed by years of work at the studio in front of the Tyrrhenian Sea.

The year of 2005 marks the encounter and collaboration with the Gallery of the Palace of Maison Enrico Coveri. From Florence I contacted and met the Foundation works Luchino Visconti di Ischia.


I then continued in the United States. In 2007, the European Art Exhibit with exhibitions in Miami, Florida at the Alliance Francaise and Damien Gallery in 2008, under the patronage of the French Consul and Ambassador Unesco in Florida took place. The following year I was invited by Italy Group to participate in the prestigious Miami Art Basel, during which the two works have been chosen to be part of the collection of U.S. President Barak Obama in the White House, along all’aopera of Giorgio Morandi “Still Life” of 1955. In 2010, the Naval Museum of the Italian Navy in La Spezia, 50 works dedicated to the sea.


Video: Enrico Bacci, portrait of Barack Obama. From Livorno to the White House


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