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GIANCARLO MONTEBELLO

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  • Website: www.bomontebello.com
  • Member since: 03.03.2011
  • Last login: 18.08.2016
  • Address: MILANO (MI)
  • Country: it

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DESCRIZIONE PROFILO: Short BYOGRAPHY GianCarlo Montebello was born on March 15, 1941, in Milan, where he attended the Art School at the Sforza Castle, and where now he...

Short BYOGRAPHY GianCarlo Montebello was born on March 15, 1941, in Milan, where he attended the Art School at the Sforza Castle, and where now he lives and works. In 1967, in partnership with Teresa Pomodoro, he opened a goldsmith’s shop that exclusively worked with artists. He later founded GEM, for the production of editions of artists’ jewels: César, Sonia Delaunay, Piero Dorazio, Lucio Fontana, Hans Richter, Larry Rivers, Niki de Saint Phalle, Raphael Jesus Soto, and Alex Katz are a few of the personalities with whom he worked from 1967 to 1978. In the spring of 1970 he made the acquaintance of Man Ray, who became his mentor for many years. In 1978, he ceased to produce editions of artists’ jewels and began to present works of his own. The first of his ornmanents was Punto Colore, or “Point of Color,” and its principal feature lay in its mobility. Montebello took part in the creation of the Department of Jewelry at Milan’s European Institute of Design, where in 1984 and 1985 he taught Design and Construction Technique. In the 1990s he completed his cycle, begun in 1983, of Ornamenti per Bradamante (“Ornaments for Bradamante”): jewels which are versatile and garment-like, in stainless steel mesh and various precious materials. The jewels produced by GEM were included in the exhibition The Italian Metamorphosis, curated by Germano Celant for the Guggenheim Museum in New York City (1993-1994), and again in the exhibition New Times, New Thinking; Jewelry in Europe and America, curated by Ralph Turner for the Craft Council Gallery in London (1995-1996). From a biography compiled by Elisabetta Longari


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