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Alberto Bertoldi was born on 29 November, 1955 in Luserna San Giovanni, Italy, is an Italian painter. At 65 years old, Alberto Bertoldi height not available right now. We will update Alberto Bertoldi's height soon as possible.
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|Age||65 years old|
|Born||29 November 1955|
|Birthplace||Luserna San Giovanni, Italy|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Painter|
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"Baroque Clouds. They fan in multicolored layers – blue, purple, gray, gold – where we can effortless imagine that fantastic worlds inhabited by ethereal entities can hide."
In the early 1990s he opens a studio in Piacenza. The 1996 opens with his first solo-artist exhibition nearly entirely consisting of landscapes. The clouds become the real protagonists of his paintings: he becomes the "pittore delle nuvole" ("cloud painter"). In this period he works with the Bugno Art Gallery in Venice; in 1998 the Braga Art Gallery in Piacenza mounts an extensive solo-artist exhibition of his works. In January 2000 the Bugno Art Gallery organizes an extensive solo-artist exhibition of his works. In the same year UN Ambassador Gerti Tauchhammer organizes the "Society Redaktionfest" in Vienna and Bertodi's works are exhibited along with those by artist Ernst Fuchs in an important exhibition. The year 2006 is characterized by an extensive retrospective exhibition, edited by Beatrice Buscaroli, at the Museo di Villa Breda, in Padua. The catalogue includes, among others, texts by Ruggero Pierantoni, Luca Mercalli, Gherardo degli Azzoni Avogadro, Maurizio Agnellini and poet Alda Merini. Numerous exhibitions follow: a solo-artist exhibition at the London Great Art Fair, a retrospective exhibition at the Museo-Fondazione "Un Paese". He exhibits his works at the Edinburgh Art Gallery and at the Dallas Hermitage Gallery. From 2010 his activity abroad focuses on the exclusive collaboration with the Galerie de l'Europe in Paris, which also organizes an important solo-artist exhibition of his works. In Italy Bertoldi takes part in specialist exhibitions and he regularly mounts exhibitions at the Mantua Einaudi Gallery, at the Sovilla Bookshop in Cortina and at the Galleria delle Visioni in Piacenza. In 2011 he takes part in the Venice Biennale, supervised by Vittorio Sgarbi, in the Emilia-Romagna section. In 2014 Bertoldi and his works are cited by the Italian meteorologist and climatologist Luca Mercalli, during the RAI show "Che tempo che fa". In May 2016 a cloudscape created for the London Christian Dior's Showroom has been installed, wanted by the architect Peter Marino.
Alberto Bertoldi (Luserna San Giovanni, 29 November 1955) is an Italian painter.
Alberto Bertoldi was born in 1955 in Luserna San Giovanni, in Turin area. In his childhood he lives in the mountains of the Canavese and then in Piacenza Apennines. He attends the technical schools and he devotes himself to painting. After secondary school, Bertoldi gets married and starts working while still studying. He meets surrealist artist Leone Garriano, whose landscapes and references to classical painting he particularly admires. Thanks to him, he prepares his first solo-artist exhibition in 1973. Encouraged by Gino Moro from the Brera Academy, he starts attending the Nude School. In the following years he teaches in high schools but at the age of 37 Bertoldi decides to give up teaching to devote himself entirely to painting.