MEGGIATO

Anima e Corpo

ANIMA E CORPO
2015, Bronze Sculpture, h164cm

Ascesi dell'Anima

ASCESI DELL'ANIMA
Bronze Sculpture, h 98cm

Attimo Fuggente

ATTIMO FUGGENTE
Bronze Sculpture, h.90cm

Disco Nirvana

DISCO NIRVANA
2010, Bronze Sculpture, d87cm

Disco Sole

DISCO SOLE
2021, Bronze Sculpture, d34cm

Disco Zen

DISCO ZEN
Bronze Sculpture, d.70cm

Fiore d'Oriente

FIORE D'ORIENTE
2019, Bronze Sculpture, 60x60x60 cm

Il mio pensiero libero

IL MIO PENSIERO LIBERO
2015, Bronze Sculpture, h150cm + base h30cm

Il soffio della vita

IL SOFFIO DELLA VITA
2017, Bronze Sculpture, h 101cm

Lo Specchio dell'Assoluto

LO SPECCHIO DELL'ASSOLUTO
2021, Bronze Sculpture, d80cm

Ode to the spring

ODE TO THE SPRING
Bronze Sculpture, h.101cm

Sfera Acquarius

SFERA ACQUARIUS
Bronze Sculpture, d.45cm

Sfera Altair

SFERA ALTAIR
2017, Bronze Sculpture, d45cm

Sfera Antares

SFERA ANTARES
2016, Bronze Sculpture, d60cm

Sfera Beatrix

SFERA BEATRIX
2016, Bronze Sculpture, d.40cm

Sfera Cabala

SFERA CABALA
2019, Bronze Sculpture, 33x33cm

Sfera Quantica

SFERA QUANTICA
2017, Bronze Sculpture, d60cm

Sfera Sirio

SFERA SIRIO
2018, Bronze Sculpture, 60x60cm

Triade

TRIADE
2015, Bronze Sculpture, h200cm

Triade

TRIADE
Bronze Sculpture, h 158cm

Uomo Quantico

UOMO QUANTICO
2018, Bronze Sculpture, h90cm

Vortice Energia

VORTICE ENERGIA
2019, Bronze Sculpture, h 68cm

MEGGIATO

Gianfranco Meggiato

Gianfranco Meggiato is an Italian sculptor who was born in Venice in 1963. He studied at the Istituto Statale d'Arte where he learned how to work with stone, bronze, wood and ceramics. When he was 16 years old he was invited for the first time to exhibit at the Galleria Comunale Bevilacqua La Masa in Piazza San Marco. Since then he exhibited all over the world, among the other at the Correr Museum in Venice and at the Senate building in Milan; he made an installation on the Breath Building GEOX in Milan; he was invited twice to show his works at the Venice Biennale; his Sfera Enigma was presented to Prince Albert of Monaco and then installed at the port of Monte Carlo; the Lu.C.C.A. Center of Contemporary Art invited him to participate in the group show “Inquieto Novecento: Vedova, Vasarely, Christo, Cattelan, Hirst e la genesi del terzo millennio”; he made the scenography for the Opera "CARMEN".

In October 2017, Gianfranco Meggiato received the prestigious ICOMOS-UNESCO award "for having masterfully combined ancient and contemporary in sculptural installations of great evocative power and aesthetic value".

For his artworks, Meggiato takes inspiration from the great masters of the 20th century: from Brancusi for his quest for the essential, from Moore for his conception of inside and outside relationship, from Calder for openness to space

Starting from these premises, he invented the concept of “introsculpture”, for which the observer must not stop at the surface, but look at the inner aspects of the sculpture. In this way his works appear as mazes in which men get lost in order to discover themselves and their inner spheres. “On a formal level space and light border the work, sliding over it as if it were in-the-round; they penetrate inside it, wrapping its lattices and tangles, reaching the point of illuminating the central sphere as the idea point of arrival.” 


Meggiato takes inspiration from the great masters of the 20th century: from Brancusi for his quest for the essential, from Moore for his conception of inside and outside relationship, from Calder for openness to space.