Figurative sculptor master
Bruno Lucchi was born in Levico Terme (Trento) in 1951. He studied at the Trento Institute of Art, completing his studies at the School of Fine Arts of Urbino. His works are based on materials like clay, bronze and porcelain, but recently he has also embraced new materials. In fact, using weathering steel, on its own or combined with semi-refractory, he made a name for himself as a creator of enormous installations that transmit his renewed passion for new material and for mosaics. Italian sculptor Lucchi is the creator of numerous public works. These include “Mater Salutis” (2001), a large bronze sculpture (h 320 cm) for Legnago hospital (Verona). At the end of 2009 he published his first book, entitled “I SAPORI DELL’ARTE”, a collection of simple recipes, all of which introduced by little anecdotes from the sculptor shared in his meetings with artist friends. Since 1991 he has racked up over 190 personal exhibitions and over 600 collective exhibitions.