Giulio Conti (Rome, 1985) has a MA in architecture obtained at the Sapienza Università di Roma (Italy) and has the Italian national qualification for the profession of architect.
In regard to the artistic education he has undertaken, since 1997, the systematic study of the fundamentals and the different techniques of drawing, painting and sculpture, under the guidance of the painter Giancarla Frare, with which he still collaborates.
In 2011 he studied the technics of printmaking with the printer Antonio Sannino, and in particular the technique of the dry point and the print processes.
In the years 2002/2003 he has contributed with the set designer and artist Beatrice Meoni to set the stage of two theatrical-literary events, promoted by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and directed by Roberto Fratini.
Personals art exhibitions:
"France : homonymies urbaines", espace M-CUBE Architectures, Paris, France.
"Considerare il passo", espace expositif attribué par la municipalité, Comune di Nocera Umbra (PG), Italie.
"Il volto glabro del tempo", espace expositif attribué par la municipalité, Comune di Nocera Umbra (PG), Italie.
Collective art exhibitions:
"Vinyles / Sous-vide" Galerie 59Rivoli, Paris, France.
"Une théorie des grandeurs" Galerie 59Rivoli, Paris, France.
"E–59 2016" Galerie 59Rivoli, Paris, France.
"Le 59Rivoli squatte à la Bellevilloise", La Bellevilloise, Paris, France.
“N-uovo” – Palazzo Dominici, City of Nocera Umbra (PG), Italy.
“Quando l’eroe è donna” – Spazio art&fortELAB, Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, Venice, Italy, curated by Alberto D’Atanasio.
“Venezia misteriosa” – Spazio art&fortELAB, Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, Venice, Italy, organized by Alberto D’Atanasio.
“Piaceri incrociati” – Sala convegni “Subasio”, City of Valtopina (PG), Italy, organized by Gianfranco Salari.