Valeriano Trubbiani was born in Macerata on 2nd December 1937.
In 1956 he graduated from the Art Institute of Macerata, before moving to Rome where he attended the Academy of Fine Arts. During these years the artist frequented the Roman intellectual scene, forging relationships with Edgardo Mannucci, Gino Marotta, and with members of Gruppo 58 of Naples, including Guido Biasi and Lucio Del Pezzo. His exhibition activity began in the late 1950s, as a painter of expressionist-surrealistic inspiration, and after he returned to Macerata in 1960, he began making metal sculptures in his father's workshop, which soon led him to participate in the Biennial of young artists in Paris in 1963, followed by the Biennial of São Paulo in 1965 and the Venice Biennale in 1966. Trubbiani uses pre-existing elements that he disassembles and combines with recovered objects, or later war machines, in which he makes complex machines of suffering and death.
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- Valeriano Trubbiani (Macerata, 2 dicembre 1937)
- Title of artwork
- Stormo organizzato
- A folder containing 12 lithographs
- Each lithograph is signed and numbered
- Specimens 35/70
- Image size
- 70×50 cm
- Sold with frame