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Giacomo MANZU


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Selected Solo Exhibitions:
Galleria del Milione, Milan, Italy, 1932
The XX Biennale, Venice, Italy, 1936
XXII Biennale, Venice, Italy, 1938
3rd Quadriennale d’Arte, Rome, Italy, 1942
Palazzo Real, Milan, Italy, 1947;
XXIV Biennale, Venice, Italy, 1948
I Biennale, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1951
Hanover Gallery, London, England, 1952
II Biennale of Open Air Sculpture, Antwerp, Belgium, 1953
XXVIII Biennale, Venice, Italy, 1956
Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, 1959
Historical Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1959
Palazzo della Regione, Bergamo, Italy, 1977
Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona, 1978
The Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, California, 1978
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1980
Musee de Quebec, Canada, 1980-81
Selected Awards and Distinctions:
Grazioli Prize, Milan, 1934
Prince Umberto Prize, Milan, 1935
Diploma with Gold Medal from the VI Triennale of Milan, 1937
Sautini Prize, Milan, 1939
Prize from the IV Quadriennale of Rome, 1938
Prize from the XXIV Biennale of Venice, 1948
Grand Official of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, 1952
Honorary Member of the Academie Royale de Belgique, 1954
Gold Medal, Bergamo, 1958
Tormargana Prize, Rome, 1959
Angelo Prize, Milan, 1964
Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and of the National Institute of Arts and Letters of New York, 1964
International Lenin Prize for the consolidation of peace between peoples, Moscow, 1966
Academic of the Tiberina Academy in Rome, 1969
Ibico Reggino Prize for sculpture, Reggio Calabria, 1969
Member of Honor of the International Union of Peace, 1970
Honorary Academic of the Academy of Arts in London, 1970
National Trophy of Notoriety Award of Success, Rome, 1971
National Prize ‘The Numbers One’ 1971,under the high patronage of the President of the Republic, Grosseto, 1971
Simpatia Prize, Campidoglio, 1972
Europe International Prize, Rome, 1975
Honorary Counselor of the AIAP, Unesco of Paris, 1976
Universum International Prize,
Center of International Solidarity John XXIII, Potenza, Italy, 1977