Giacinto Bosco

Giacinto Bosco

Born in Alcamo (Italy) in 1956, Giacinto Bosco now he lives and works in Milan.

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Artworks

Colgo la luna

Bronze Sculpture

Dimensions: Width 58 cm - Depth 45 cm - Height 221 cm
Year: 2017

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Luna Caprese

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Height 280 cm - Depth: 150 cm
Dimension Base: Height 80 cm - Diameter: 100 cm
Year: 2017

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Travolti dalla luna (media)

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Width 53x26 cm - Height 170 cm
Year: 2016

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Tienimi la scala che ti prendo la Luna

Sculpture in bronze

Dimensions: Width 100x51 cm - Height 350 cm
Year: 2016

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Altalena Grande

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Width 115x31 cm - Height 280 cm + 70 cm base
Year: 2017

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Dondolo

Cast bronze

Dimensions: Width 116x16 cm - Height 52 cm
Year: 2017

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Travolti dalla luna media

Bronze sculpture

Dimension: Height 160 cm - Width 59 cm

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Acrobata su Sedia Piccola

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Width 65x27,5 cm - Height 64 cm
Year: 2015

Gallery collection

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Colgo la Luna

Polychrome cast bronze

Dimensions: Width 50x50 cm - Height 270cm
Year: 2017

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Cavalcando la luna (grande)

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Height 120 cm + Width 1110x52 cm + COR-TEN steel base Height 72 cm
Year: 2016

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Acrobata su sedia Grande

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Width 140x69 cm - Height 152cm
Year: 2015

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Colgo la Luna Grande

Bronze

Dimensions: Width 72x60 cm - Height 375 cm
Year: 2015

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Altalena

Bronze

Dimensions: Width 55x35 cm - Height 172 cm
Year: 2015

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Luna Segesta

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Width 130x67 cm - Height 300 cm
Year: 2017

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Cavalcando la Luna Grande

Cast bronze

Dimensions: Width 120x52 cm - Height 108 cm
Year: 2012

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Tienimi la corda che ti prendo la luna

bronze sculpture

Dimensioni: Height 205 Width 302 Depth 59 cm

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Luna Caprese

Sculpture in bronze

Dimensions: Width 55x30 cm - Height 172 cm
Year: 2013

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Dondolo grande

Bronze

Dimensions : Width 450x90 cm - Height 240 cm
Year : 2015

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Acrobata su Corda Piccola

Bronze sculpture

Dimensions: Width 34x34 cm - Height 185,5 cm
Year: 2015

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Cavalcando la Luna Piccola

Sculpture in bronze

Dimensions: Width 53x27 cm - Height 59 cm
Year: 2013

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Giacinto Bosco Curriculum

Sicilian-born Giacinto Bosco began working with local artisans at a very young age, and apprenticed as an artistic caster after moving to Milan at the age of 15. The foundry where he worked was also a meeting place for sculptors and artist, who were a source of inspiration and stimulation as a young man.

He attended Milan's Bramante Artistic High School, where Prof. Teruggi encouraged him to develop his artistic talent. He became a member of "Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente" (known as "La Permanente") in 1990, and completed his first public commissions over the following years, including "The Light" (Rescaldina, Italy 1997), Statue of John Paul II (Arese, Italy 2006), "A Peaceful World" (Garbagnate, Italy 2008), Monument dedicated to the Carabinieri who fell in Nassiriya (Borgosesia, Italy 2008/2009), and Statue of Pope Benedict XVI (Santa Maria di Leuca, Italy 2009).

His later "Aphorisms of the Moon" reflect his move to a more poetic dimension in which his dreamlike imagination is transformed and shaped into sculptures. Bosco's non-conformist means of expression are a straightforward way of pushing against contemporary experimentation with unusual materials, desecrating what is vibrant and beautiful in art, and declaring its irreversible demise. Society is bombarded with negative and disturbing messages, but art cannot be the driven by one absolute and pitiless school of thought, or used as a philosophical treatise. In contrast, Bosco's works unite pathos and reason, and give a value to the representational. His sculptural sensitivity creates a lyrical synthesis and poetic awakening of sensibilities whose meanings seemed to have been lost.

Bosco's works conform to the expressive traditions of the late 20th century, yet integrate the timeless themes of a love story. His pieces are rendered in full relief using historic bronze sculpture techniques, and encourage the observer to reflect upon his unique ability to combine historic artisan workmanship with highly original techniques of execution which are outside the formal historic canons. His sculptural tales highlight an artform which speak to the subconscious and encourage cultural investigation and subjective introspection. Their magical compositions make the material come alive and communicate both candid lightness and arcane allusion. His figures are both yearning and simple, and are inspire and are inspired by ancient, basic sentiments.

Collective Exhibitions

2013

  • Gromova Art Gallery - Moscow (Russia)

2012

  • 54th International Art Exhibition of the VENICE BIENNALE - Turin

2011

  • Maccagno Award - Parisi Civic Museum - Maccagno

2011

  • Acquisitions
  • Parisi Civic Museum - Maccagno

2010

  • Artists of the Permanente-Palazzo Permanente-Milan

2009

  • Artists of the Permanente-Garbagnate

2008

  • Artists of the Permanente-Gravedona
  • Artist of the Permanente Desio

2006

  • Exhibition of the Artists of the Permanente Milan

2004

  • Wonders of The Great Sculptors of the 1990′s Chiavenna

1991

  • European Sculptors in Cerano D'Intelvi

Personal Exhibitions

2013

  • Provincia di Milano Conference Centre Football - a Universal Language Gazzetta dello Sport, Candido Cannavò Foundation

2013

  • Rosa fresca aulentissima Collegio dei Gesuiti - Alcamo

2011

  • Franco Senesi Fine Art Gallery - Positano

Public Works

2013

  • Football - a Universal Language Trophy - Gazzetta dello Sport, Candido Cannavò Foundation - Milan

2009

  • Statue a PAPA BENEDETTO XVI - Basilica Santa Maria di Leuca

2009

  • Monument dedicated to Carabinieri Caduti a Nassiriya - Borgosesia

2008

  • Monument Un mondo di Pace - Garbagnate

2006

  • Statue a GIOVANNI PAOLO II - Arese

1997

  • Sculpture LA LUCE - Rescaldina
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Giacinto Bosco Events & Exhibitions

Exhibition

Liquid art system's newest showroom in London

Saturday, May 21st 2016, 6 pm

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