1967 · Italy
Italian sculptor Arcangelo Sassolino uses the form of his creations as a means to explore the processes of the natural and industrial world.
Investing crucial research into the forms he creates, Sassolino enjoys the opportunity to imbue his forms with an unresolved tension: one borne from the creative process and further emphasized though the forms conjured. From this perspective, Sassolino is able to draw the viewer in to his work and sense these tensions directly.
Born in 1967 in Vicenza, Italy, Sassolino continues to call the northern Italian city home. He has enjoyed the showcase of his work in an incredible array of venues around the world over the years. Select solo exhibitions include those at the MACRO Museum in Rome, Italy (2011), the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, USA (2016); the Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Italy (2017); and Pearl Lam Galleries H Queen’s, Hong Kong, China (2018).