Amalia Del Ponte born in Milan, she graduated in sculpture with Marino Marini in 1961 at the Brera Academy of Arts. From the very beginning she tuned his research on geometry and materials, choosing Plexiglass for her first sculptures, the “Tropi”. She also works as an interior designer, creating, among others, the interiors of Elio Fiorucci’s iconic first store in Milan, 1967. She took part to part the Sao Paulo Biennal (1973), winning the First International Prize for Sculpture. Among her many solo shows: Superstudio, Milan (1988), Arnaldo Pomodoro Foundation, Milan (2010), Isola della Certosa, Venice (2010) Museo del 900 and Studio Museo Francesco Messina (2017). She lives and works between Milan and Venice.