Prato (IT), 1970
Rudy Pulcinelli’s works focus on the idea of dialogue and individual as a unit of measure of the potential value of mankind: in the contemporary babel of people and ethnic groups dramatically consumed by internal struggles, where human lives are often not taken into consideration, by using the symbolism and the letters of the 7 most widespread alphabets in the world, the artist tries to connect the concept of communication with the one of memory which together play an important role in laying the foundations for his sculptural-installation language.
Rudy Pulcinelli was born in 1970 in Prato, Italy. He attended P. Petrocchi Art Institute in Pistoia and the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Studies in Florence. Artist of great sensitivity he focuses on the materials research. Since the nineties he started an international path that led him to set up exhibitions in France, United States, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Netherlands, Uruguay, Thailand, China, Spain, Morocco, Austria and Argentine. He received several awards, among which: The Next Generation Prize, “Fiorino d’Oro” Florence Prize and the Europol International Art Prize. His artworks are held in private and public collections internationally: University of Virginia, Charlottesville; Paolo VI Museum, Brescia; Lu.C.C.A. Centre of Contemporary Art, Lucca; Fundacion Pablo Atchugarry, Maldonado; Silpakorn Art Centre, Bangkok; Europol HQ, Aia. He lives and works between Prato (IT) and Beijing.