Ennio Tamburi

FLUSSO supports  ENNIO TAMBURI, artist whose works have been exhibited as latest in Zurich in May 2007 in the exhibition CONTINUUM and Milan in February 2008 in the exhibition VIEWS.

Artist interview on Panorama 6/2/2008 article Miriam Dolce

 


Ennio Tamburi lives and works in Rome and Zurich. Participated in the most significant artistic movements starting experience before informal (Premio Arezzo, in May of Bari, Award Prato, Meetings Art - Bologna) then object and conceptual. That period are the sculptures in metal and neon, the staples, the caesura. Exhibited in group shows and personal Contemporanea, Rome 1972; Point Gallery, Turin 1973, the Festival dei Due Mondi, Spoleto 1974, Volterra - interventions in the City 1974 Venice Biennale, Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara 1975; Gallery Two Worlds Rome 1976, Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Arezzo 1976, Galleria La Tartaruga, Rome 1977, Kunsthalle, Cologne and Dusseldorf 1977, Gallery 2000 - Bologna 1978.


The latest issue and research develops on the study of opposing forces that create energy and movement. In recent years has exposed: Gallery Salomon, Paris 1980, Mark Gallery, Paris 1982; Velabro Studio, Rome 1985; fourteenth century Fortezza, Montalcino 1987, Temple University, Rome - Philadelphia 1990; Tunnel '500, Siena 1992; Ari Gallery, New South Walcs, Sydney 1993, Kunsthaus Richterswil 1998; Center for Italian Studies, Zurich 1999, Die Halle, Zurich 2000, Auton Meier Gallery, Geneva 2003; Li Art, Rome 2005; Casanatense Library, Rome 2006; Lazertis Galerie, Zurich 2007, Fabre / boutiques, Milan 2008


He worked at the scenes of films like "Sense" and "Death in Venice" by Luchino Visconti and "What?" By Roman Polanski. He designed several posters for shows of Giorgio Strehler and Luca Ronconi. One of his work is in the collection  "Italian artists of the twentieth century" of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. They wrote about his work: Emilio Villa, Enrico Crispolti, Cesare Vivaldi, Mantura Bruno, Luca Barbero, Dario Micacchi, Elio Mercuri, Duccio Trombadori, Alessandro Sardella, Susanna Kappeler, Luca Amanda. His works are exhibited in public and private collections.


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