IGINIO IURILLI (Gioia del colle, Bari) (Gioia del colle, Bari) began his career with painting at the end of the sixties, moving in the context of the “New figuration”, with an emphasis on ecological issues. At the end of the seventies he began a researching childhood games as recovery of popular traditions, giving life to suggestive installations. After a long period of experimentation with new techniques and materials, in the early 90s he began the first carved wooden bas-reliefs covered with salt, marble dust or desert sand and his landmark, large sea urchins, which earned him the public’s and critics’ consent, and that allow him to have, to date, an intense exhibiting activity in Italy and abroad .Some of his works are present in important public and private collections internationally.

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