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Fulvio Ioan is an artist and independent researcher. He graduated from the Ligustica Academy of Fine Arts in Genoa, Italy, with a Master’s degree in PAINTING and Decoration (2012-2015), and for years was assistant to the artist and woodcutter Giovanni Berio Ligustro. Fulvio pratices a woodcut technique which allows him to create MULTI-COLOURED prints through engraving and the ACCURATE alignment of a large number of wood blocks. Fulvio practices chalcography and printmaking with traditional and technological techniques on paper and fabric. He paints with spontaneity, seeking the SINCERITY of the image. His work is an attempt at rebirth from the dark (both social and cultural). It is an intimate and personal expression, aimed at reaffirming the identity of BEAUTY.

Selected WORKS by Fulvio are now displayed in national and international private collections, and he has exhibited his works in a number of exhibitions including: The China Printmaking Museum, Guanlan, China; Museo Casa de la Moneda, Madrid, Spain; Real Accademia di Belle Arti San Fernando, Madrid, Spain; The Opera House, Leipzig, Germany; Sala Dogana, Palazzo Ducale, Genoa, Italy; The Central State Archives, Rome, Italy; Fuxian exlibiris Society, Shanghai, China; Mieska biblioteka publiczna w gliwicach, Gliwice, Poland; Sturm Palace, Remondini Museum, Bassano del Grappa, Italy; MaCN museum of contemporary art and twentieth century, Villa Renatico Martini, Mossumano Terme, to name a few.