Rossano Liberatore was born in Maratea (Potenza – Italy) in 1969.
After a space-conceptual pursuit, he reaches the object by means of a detail inquiring mind.
After moving to Rome, Liberatore graduated in Painting and Drawing at the Accademia delle Belle Arti in 1996. Awarded with a scholarship, he also specialized in Restoration and Old Pictorial Techniques in 2000.
In the same year he painted a fresco portrait which was selected as a gift to Pope John Paul II during the Craftsman Jubilee.
Since 2012 he collaborates with the University of Italian Switzerland (USI) as a lecturer in Visual Communication and Art History.
Today Rossano works between Maratea and Salerno, where he holds a professorship in Drawing and Art History.
NOTABLE ARTWORKS AND EXHIBITIONS
Cose, personal exhibition, fornace Curti space, Milano, 2009
Dissolvenze|dialogo tra generazioni, Galleria Memoli, Milano, 2010
Silence end, Accademia di Noto, Siracusa, 2010
Immagina ARTE in fiera, Arte fiera Arezzo, 2011
Variabili appartenenze, Memoli Gallery, Milano, 2011
Barcheggio, sitespecific installation, Marartea, Maratea, 2011
L’inadeguato, di Dora Garcia, for Wurmkos, Biennale di Venezia, 2011
Ombra e luce, Montemurro multicoated Graffiti, Montemurro (PZ), 2014
MarateaHub, Multicoated Graffiti, Maratea, 2015
Affordable Art Fair, Superstudio più, Milano, 2016
Cafèréflexion, MAcchiaroli Castle, Teggiano (SA), 2016
Charity Auction, Fruscione Palace, Salerno, 2017