About Gino

About Gino


Gino Berardi was born in Pietranico (PE) in 1945, he completed his studies in the province of Aquila. His artistic experience begins from half '60s, using either pencil, pastel, oil, acrylic, mixed media, with which relizza works of great visual impact and high chromatic suggestion.

Already in place teacher in high school, as well journalist, has created and hosted television programs, he founded the cultural center "SpazioeArte" and received nominations of Cavaliere, Officer and Commander of the Italian Republic Knight.

He stayed for 10 years abroad, where he completed His artistic and cultural training, meeting and attending well-known personalities the world of entertainment, politics, art and culture, such as Max Ernst in Zurich, Mario Schifano, Franz Borghese, Remo Brindisi, Michele Cascella, Bernard Toppi and many others.

For more than 50 years he is present on the national art scene and European. From the initial proximity to Impressionism, which he remembers the period of sea with boats, snowy landscapes and landscapes spring, has subsequently developed a coherent stylistic path, creating works of great aesthetic rigor within the canons of art abstract and informal.

Important galleries in Italy and abroad have hosted solo and group shows the works of G. Berardi, who over the years of activity He has exhibited in many cities; Rome, Milan, Bari, Palermo, Pescara, Venice, Vibo Valentia, Chieti, L'Aquila, Teramo, Pesaro, Assisi, Urbino, Terni, Verona, Vicenza, Padua, Bologna, Ancona, Turin, Foggia, Naples, Viareggio, Campobasso, Termoli, Vasto, Viterbo, Rieti, Genoa, Sulmona, Florence, Cremona.

He has exhibited in various foreign cities and countries outside Europe: Rochester, London, Paris, Switzerland, Germany, Russia, Belgium, Austria, Barbados and many other places.

He 'been invited to numerous awards, demonstrations and national competitions (among the last the Sulmona Prize and the Limen of Vibo Art Valentia chaired by the judges and critics of national and thickness International as V. Sgarbi, Trombadori Duccio, G. Di Genova, Mauritius Vitiello, Enzo Le Pera, Loredana Finicelli, Schantal Mayer, and Habis Chiha others.