Livio de Marchi  Biography  Works 

Livio de Marchi was born in Venice where he spent his childhood. He studied art and drawing in Beauty Art Academy in Venice. Then continued the activity here, developing the talent and using various materials. He worked and created sculptures with inherited ironical sensitivity which opened perfection of a material. Developing and improving creativity  his first works were made of marble, then he began to use bronze and, further, wood. Wood became his favorite material as it gave him a vital energy. Livio de Marchi has opened personal studio where could realize his imagination and declare himself to the world. Exhibitions: 1987 - Tokyo, Japan, gallery Hiro, Fair of arts; 1988 - Düsseldorf, Carsach Flouse;  1989, 1991 - Exhibitions in Zurich; 1995 - Monaco, Gallerie Angelika Obermuller, an exhibition in Austria; 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003 - Amsterdam, Gallery Lieve Hemel 1998; Heemstede, the Cultural center; 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004 - Art Fairs, Amsterdam; 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 - Chicago, Gallery of Glass; 2000, 2003 - Venice, San Marco, Gallery Pauly; 2001, 2002 - Fair of Arts, California; 2004 - Exhibitions in Italy, Palace Pinacoteca Comunale, palace Ducale sala la Laurana; Helsinki, Gallery Taidesalonki;  2006 - Venice, Hotel Ala, Paris, Gallery Astarte Monumental works; 1985 Floating Hat in Origami Style; 1986 Floating Womans Shoe Propelled by 16 Oarsmen; 1987 - Floating Dove of Piece; 1988 Floating Jaguar 1937, with motor, full-scale; 1989 Fiat Topolino, Model A, full-scale; 1990 - The House of Books No. 1 in Italy; 1993 - The House of Books No. 2 in Germany; 1994 - A Dream in Venice - floating pumpkin coach with 4 horses, with motor; 1994 - The House of Books No. 3 in Japan; 1995 - Love for Venice, floating vase with 12 flowers, 8m. high; 1997 Floating Mercedes, with motor, full-scale; 1999 Floating Volkswagen.
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