Dino Izzo

Dino Izzo
Dino Izzo
Dino Izzo
  • Biography and main exhibitions
    Dino Izzo was born in Naples in 1948 and has been exhibiting since 1975. He is one of the founders of the group “Virus” of
    Solo exhibitions:
    1987, Studio Scalise, Naples;
    1988, Stalke Galleri, Copenhagen;
    1989, “Erlebnis”, Dampfzentrale Kunsthalle, Bern;
    1990, “Virus”, Copenhagen; “Ett Mote”, Göteborg;
    1991, “Virus”, Naples;
    1998, Biblioteca della Certosa, Capri;
    2004, “Historia Equa”, Agnano/Naples;
    2008 “Capitolo IX”, Sala della Loggia, Castelnuovo, Naples,
    2013, “Capitolo X”, Chiesa s. Anna dei Lombardi, Naples;
    2014, “100 Stanze 100 Artisti” (100 Rooms 100 Artists), Art Hotel Gran Paradiso, Sorrento
    In 1994 he founded the gallery “1220” and, starting to name his solo exhibitions as chapters of a single book, presented the
    sections from “Prefazione” (Preface) to “Capitolo VIII” (Chapter VIII).
    Group exhibitions:
    1986, “Nuove Tendenze in Italia” (New Tendencies in Italy), Florence;
    1988, “Quattro” (Four), Milan;
    1990, “Ipotesi 90” (Hypothesis 90), Milan; “Nuova Ricerca in Italia” (New Research in Italy), Loreto; “Status”, Copenhagen;
    1996 “Laboratorio Politico di Fine Secolo” (Political Laboratory at the End of the Century), Macerata;
    1997 “Altre Alleanze” (Other Alliances), Turin; “Experience Design”, Milan; “Pour Artaud”, Milan/Chicago; “Laboratorio Politico
    di Fine Secolo 2” (Political Laboratory at the End of the Century 2), Rome;
    1998 “Laboratorio Politico di Fine Secolo 3” (Political Laboratory at the End of the Century 3), Rome; “ArteVideoTv 2000”,
    Bologna; 2002, “Digiuno” (Fasting), Laboratory, Naples;
    2005, “Igladia,” Palazzo Reale, Naples.
    Since 1996 he has produced many videos that have been shown in various Italian and European cities.