Aldo Mondino

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Aldo Mondino was born in 1938 in Turin, where he died in 2005. In 1959 he moved to Paris to work in the studio of Stanley William Hayter, take courses at the École du Louvre and study mosaics at the Académie des Beaux-Arts with Gino Severini and Riccardo Licata.

In 1960 he returned to Italy, where he began to exhibit his work at the Galleria L’Immagine in Turin (1961) and the Galleria Alfa in Venice (1962). His meeting with Gian Enzo Sperone, director of the Galleria Il Punto, represented a turning-point in his artistic career and marked the beginning of a lifelong collaboration. He held a series of important solo exhibitions at Galleria Christian Stein in Turin, Studio Marconi ’65 in Milan, Galleria La Salita in Rome and Franz Paludetto in Turin.

Important international exhibitions include three participations in the Venice Biennale (1964, 1976 and 1993) and solo shows at the Museum für Moderne Kunst – Palais Liechtenstein, Vienna (1991); Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul (1992, 1996); Museo Ebraico, Bologna (1995); Galleria Civica, Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Trento (2000); Loggetta Lombardesca, Ravenna (2003); Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, San Marino (2007); and Palazzo del Monferrato and Palazzo Cuttica, Alessandria (2008). His work has been shown at the Piazza del Duomo and the Chiesa di Sant’Agostino in Pietrasanta (2010), at Fondazione Mudima in Milan (2013) and in Shit and Die, a group exhibition at One Torino in Turin (2014). A large survey was presented at Museo Villa Croce in Genoa (2016–17) in a presentation titled Aldo Mondino: Moderno, Postmoderno, Contemporaneo.

His works are part of the permanent collections of leading Italian and international museums and many private collections.

 

  • Aldo Mondino
    Tappeti Stesi
    1987
    Oil on eraclite
    150 x 200 cm (60 x 78 3/4 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Torre di torrone
    1968
    Dimension variable
  • Aldo Mondino
    Mondino 6 Sù
    1966
    Acrylic and enamel on canvas with balloon
    80×80 cm (31 1/2 x 31 1/2 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Das Meer
    1980
    oil on canvas
    73 x 91 cm (28 3/4 x 35 4/5 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Ali Ali Alighiero
    2002
    Oil on linoleum
    80 x 121 cm ( 31 1/2 x 47 3/5 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Turcata
    2003
    Oil on linoleum
    120 x 140 cm (47 1/4 x 55 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Eileen Gray 1926
    1994
    Oil on linoleum
    50 x 40 cm (19 3/5 x 15 3/4 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Granada (Yusuf Pasa 3 Selim III)
    1996
    oil on linoleum
    190 x 280 cm (75 x 110 1/4 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Gnawa
    1997
    Oil on linoleum
    190 x 140 cm (75 x 55 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Choukri
    1996
    Oil on linoleum
    120 x 90 cm (47 x 35 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Charmeur
    1985–86
    Oil on linoleum, basket
    144.8 x 100 cm (57 x 38½ in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Barbiere ebreo
    1989
    Oil on linoleum
    150 x 120 cm (59 x 47¼ in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Blaise Cendrars
    1991
    Oil on linoleum
    50 x 40 cm (19¾ x 15¾ in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Egon Schiele
    1989
    Oil on linoleum
    50 x 40 cm (19¾ x 15¾ in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Kolo Moser
    1989
    Oil on linoleum
    50 x 40 cm (19¾ x 15¾ in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Moros y Cristianos
    1991
    Oil on linoleum
    190 x 140 cm (75 x 55 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Oskar Kokoschk
    1989
    Oil on linoleum
    50 x 40 cm (19¾ x 15¾ in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Prière
    1989
    Oil on linoleum
    130 x 90 cm (51¼ x 35½ in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Turcata
    2004
    Oil on linoleum
    190 x 140 cm (75 x 55 in)
  • Aldo Mondino
    Turcata
    2003
    Oil on linoleum
    80 x 60 cm (31½ x 23½ in)
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