(1910 - 1969)
Mirko Basaldella was active/lived in Massachusetts / Italy. Mirko Basaldella is known for sculpture, painting (abstraction).
Mirko Basaldella is considered one of the most significant Italian sculptors of the twentieth century. He was born in Udine on September 28, 1910, and grew up in a family of artists, studying in Venice and Florence with brothers Dino, a sculptor, and Afro, a painter. He attended the Institute of Applied Arts in Monza, where he studied under Arturo Marini. When he was just eighteen, he had a group exhibition with his brothers in their native city, and in 1934, after moving to Rome with his brother Afro, he had his first solo exhibition at the Galleria della Cometa. In 1935 he was invited to represent the Roman School at the Venice Biennale.
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