Marcello Giovannone is an Italian sculptor who lives and works in Turin. Over time, he has taken on a specific expressive dimension through the visual arts that has materialised in bronze, iron and terracotta sculpture.
Marcello Giovannone’s artworks keep up the fascination of material shaped and polished with a modelling of jugglers and cities, of women and men climbing the peaks of the world.
From the immobility of perfect solids, such as the sphere, the pyramid and the cube, rifts are generated from which men and women emerge, entities born of a single substance, attempting to reassert their subjectivity. The intertwining and affirmation of these bodies, in their formal stylisation, seem to declare their daily run towards new horizons, generating the animated rhythm of the composition. But it is in the whole, in the silent embrace of the forms that one grasps the need to go further.
His works are in the Automobile Museum in Turin, the Geneva Museum, the Monte Carlo Museum and the Vatican, as well as in private collections and banking institutions.