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Silvio Benedetto was born on 21 March, 1938, is a painter. Discover Silvio Benedetto's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 85 years old?

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He began in Campobello di Licata the design, together with Olga Macaluso, of the Valley of the Painted Stones (110 polychrome boulders, in travertine of two meters by three, painted in several sides) on the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Invited to the exhibition "Raum!" at the Vienna Künstlerhaus, he exhibited in 1998 his installation "Via Scialoja 6 at the Künstlerhaus" and presented a performance inspired by Goethe's Faust. Since 1999 the National Park of the Cinque Terre has engaged the artist in the realization of the project "The artistic itineraries in the National Park of the Cinque Terre". Silvio Benedetto, in fact, created and realized large mural paintings in the five railway stations of the municipalities of the Park: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso uniting them through a single thread, by style and theme, thus creating a tourist-cultural "path". He also designs and realizes the decoration of Piazza Capellini in Manarola, with the collaboration of Silvia Lotti in the realization of the terracotta tiles and the collaboration of his daughter Flavia Benedetto in the creation of the circular decoration in the center of the square. Inauguration, also in Manarola, of the monument to Fabrizio De André. Along the entire wall (157 meters) of the pedestrian tunnel of Riomaggiore (leading from the station to the center of the country) he creates "The Sequence of Memory": a multi-material mosaic with shaped tiles, glazed majolica, polished, and with the use of various materials such as stones, pebbles, marble (including red and green Levanto), crystals, mirrors, shells, pottery, the mosaic depicts the coast of the Cinque Terre. In 2000 he realizes at the Arsenale Marittimo Militare of La Spezia, the mural "Tradizione Tecnologia Arte" and several sculptures-assemblage as well as a performance within the Smart. In 2001 he starts "L'Iliade in terra e fuoco", a ceramic mural of meters 7,30 for 3,10, composed by majolica of different shapes, with figurative subjects on the theme of the Iliad. Of the Iliad by Silvio Benedetto there is also a graphic work (realized in the same year).


In 1961 he moved to Italy and made some personal exhibitions in various galleries, including the "Penelope", the "Zanini", the "New Weight" in Rome, the "Compass" in Turin, the "De 'Foscherari" in Bologna and the "Gianferrari" in Milan). He settled permanently in Rome, collaborated with photographer David Racanelli in the foundation and initial management of the Gallery "Due Mondi".


Between the mid-1960s and early 1990s, he made numerous engravings and lithographs at the printing house "Il Torcoliere" and "The Felt" in Rome, and exhibited in several European cities. In the fire of the Palace Hotel in Mondello in 1973 was destroyed his painting "Ratto di Santa Teresa – dialogo con Bernini", on the same theme will remain only a folder of engravings with a preface by Leonardo Sciascia. It introduces the manifesto "Art as action in the urban context" to Palermo, in occasion of its installation "Man-Christ" (polyhedral structure of 33 m of height). The installation of December 1974 will be dismantled after a few days by the municipal administration, because "representing a Christ not suitable for Christmas. This will provoke infinite polemics. They will sign the manifesto of Benedict many exponents of culture and art, including: Bruno Zevi, Luigi Nono, Enrico Crispolti, Leonardo Benevolo and Cesare Zavattini. He was invited, in 1977, to the X Quadrennial of Rome – Foreign artists working in Italy, where he presented his "Trilogy": "Flood", "Procession" and "Greek Tragedy". In Normandy the Museum of Fine Arts of Fécamp set up a personal exhibition. In 1992 the Norman Palace in Palermo hosts his first exhibition of sculpture: "The Metaphor of the Mountain".


In 1956, at the age of eighteen, he won the 1st Prize at the 2nd Biennial of Pan-American Sacred Art in Buenos Aires. Between 1957 and 1961 he made several solo exhibitions, including the "Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes" (now Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Timoteo Navarro) of Tucumán.


Silvio Benedicto Benedetto (Buenos Aires, March 21, 1938) is an Argentine painter and sculptor naturalized Italian.

Silvio Benedetto was born in Buenos Aires, on March 21, 1938, from a family of artists of Italian origin. His grandfather Benito Caldarella was a photographer, portraitist; his mother Adela Caldarella was a painter, ceramist and prose actress; his father Juan Valente Benedetto was an actor and journalist in Buenos Aires, where he founded the first association of journalists.