Oscar Piattella was born in Pesaro in 1932. In 1957 he moved to Cantiano in the province of Pesaro where he lives and works.After a brief figurative experience in his youth, he turned his interests towards the informal movement immediately developing an autonomous language, so much so that in '58 Franco Russoli, director of the Pinacoteca di Brera and one of the most authoritative experts of the Italian militant critic, organizes a personal exhibition for him at the Galleria dell'Ariete in Milan where he enters into relationships with the artists Dorazio, Fontana, Castellani, Andrea Cascella, Nigro, Tancredi, Dangelo , Sotsass, Mulas and others. He also frequents Nanni Valentini, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Pino Spagnulo, Walter Valentini, Vangi, Sguanci, Mattiacci, Claudio Olivieri, Paolo Schiavocampo, Albert Diatò, etc. essays by the most important Italian critics. Among the latest exhibitions are a dozen personal exhibitions in the Arlette Gimaray Gallery in Paris, the two personal exhibitions in the International Gallery in Taichung (Taiwan) and the great exhibition that his city dedicated to him in 2002 whose scientific committee was composed of the poet Yves Bonnefoy , by the art historian Andrea Emiliani, by the art critic Fabrizio D'Amico and by the superintendent of brands Francesco Scoppola. For some years he has turned his interests to the production of designer majolica at the Ceramiche Biagioli company and to poetry, establishing working relationships with important poets: by Anna Buoninsegni he illustrates the book of poems "Itinera"; creates a plaquette with Mario Luzi; he created an anthology on blue for the Unaluna Editions with an essay by Bonnefoy; always with Bonnefoy for Edizioni del Bradipo he produced the volume “La Maison Natale”, prefaced and translated by Fabio Scotto with six original plates; the poet Gianni D’Elia in the catalog of the exhibition "Feeling the matter" dedicates an essay and a poem to him and together they create "The love of things" for the Una luna editions, an art book with thirteen original plates; with the poet Fabio Scotto for the "L’Attentive" editions and translated by Bernard Noel he created the entirely hand-made book "The unknown face" with two pastels and some other interventions.
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