Igor Moretti was born in Ponte San Pietro, Bergamo, Italy, on 31 August 1991.He grew up appreciating art in all its forms and colours.Igor began his studies at the artistic high school G.P. Manzú in Bergamo, in the architectural section.Here,... Read More
Igor Moretti was born in Ponte San Pietro, Bergamo, Italy, on 31 August 1991.He grew up appreciating art in all its forms and colours.Igor began his studies at the artistic high school G.P. Manzú in Bergamo, in the architectural section.Here, he was able to cultivate his “creativity and immagination” in full freedom.After high school, he continued his studies at the Politecnico di Milano where he graduated in “Architectural sciences” in 2015. It was there that he was able to cultivate his creativity and imagination freely.During that time, he was able to develop and refine his rationality through “Technique”. He defines himself as a hybrid consisting of 50% “creative self” and 50% “rational self.” After his studies, he worked hard in various architectural studios where he learned the true and concrete “art of architecture” while simultaneously creating his own works in his spare time. Starting in 2017, Igor has been participating in artistic competitions in the area.In 2018 he won the art competition “NOW/art” in Salerno and he was published on ART&ART, the biannual prestigious art magazine of ARTE&CULTURA.(ACCA edizioni Roma srl - anno 11 - agosto/settembre 2019 - vol. 83)In 2020 Igor was invited to join in the “contemporary art circuit “I Mille di Sgarbi” of Vittorio Sgarbi.In July 2020 he exhibited four works, with other emerging international artists, at the “third edition of I Mille di Sgarbi” in Cervia at “Cervia salt warehouses”. Now, Igor can finally present himself to the world as the hybrid he has always been: “A creator in rationality”.
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