Alberto Gianfreda

Alberto Gianfreda was born in Desio (MB) in 1981.
In 2003 he graduated in sculpture at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, where he specialized in 2005 in Arts and Anthropology of the Sacred.
In 2007 he completed his training at TAM (artistic metal treatment), under the artistic direction of Nunzio and the presidency of Arnaldo Pomodoro. Since 2005 he has collaborated with the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan where he is currently a teacher of sculpture techniques.
Since 2002 he has participated in numerous group exhibitions including the Sculpture Biennial of the Piedmont Region, the Realpresence 8 workshop at Castello di Rivoli; he wins the international Canova prize and the Open 13 prize which allows him to access ArteLaguna near the arsenal of Venice, the Monza Youth Biennale.
Among the solo shows of the last year Open Source/mobility, multiplication, insertions at the Casa Museo Messina in Milan and Sculpture_Détour in Lugano by Perlartecontempornaea.
In 2014 Earthquake at the Canova Museum in Possagno and the Milan headquarters of Banca Sistema. Also worth mentioning are Sculpture, landscape and architecture at the Heart space in Vimercate in 2012 and Frequenze at the Leo Galleries in Monza in 2010.
Among the public works are the sculpture-brazier for the Cathedral of Monza, the one in the public collection of the MIC (International Museum of Ceramics of Faenza) and at Palazzo delle Paure (Museum of Contemporary Art of Lecco).
On the occasion of Expo 2015 he placed the sculpture Sharing Table at the entrance of Cascina Merlata Sud.
In 2014 he founded the Italian Resilience movement together with a group of five other artists and the curator Ilaria Bignotti.