Agostino Iacurci – A multidisciplinary artist

murales a lugano - svizzera
"Pietro non torna indietro" - Arte urbana Lugano Project
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Biography (from personal Agostino’s Facebook page)

Agostino Iacurci is an Italian multidisciplinary and international artist.

Born in Foggia (Italy), he lives and works between Rome and Nuremberg.

His  personal art is made of  multi-layered images, that he uses either for drawings and etchings or for big murals, dressing building facade with vivid colours and synthetic shapes, drawing inspiration from every day life.

Since he worked also as illustrator, he is always interested in the narrative power of static images.

Each of his works looks like a beginning of a story, always different depending on the viewer.

He started painting on walls in 1998, when he was twelve, and since 2008 he made several huge murals in public spaces, working for example for Roma 3 University, Prenestina Hospital and the Fine Art Academy in Rome.

His work has been presented at several exhibitions and festivals in Europe, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the United States.

The Art of Agostino Iacurci is described by Nastia Voynovskaya (New Contemporary Art Magazine, 2012) as “(…) a vocabulary of flat shapes, blowing up the geometric forms to an enormous scale to compose larger-than-life illustrative works outdoors. Primarily focusing on characters, Iacurci’s murals adapt to the contour’s of a building’s surface, converting apartments and even prison yards into storybook pages of sorts.”

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murales a Roma
“Buchineri” – murales Rome, Italy – S. Lorenzo
“Smemo” – with Mr. Thoms
muralex, Agostino Iacurci
“Muralex”, murals made for “Muralex. Arte sul muro di cinta” – Rebibbia prison
muralex, Agostino Iacurci
“Muralex”, murals made for “Muralex. Arte sul muro di cinta” – Rebibbia prison
Carcere di Rebibbia
“Punti di fuga”, murales at Rebibbia
Carcere di Rebibbia
“Punti di fuga”, murales at Rebibbia
Street art murales a Ostiense
Fish’n’kids, murales in via del porto fluviale, Rome, Italy
Street art murales a Ostiense
Fish’n’kids, murales in via del porto fluviale, Rome, Italy
murales marinaio con pipa
“Il Civitavecchio”, murales in Civitavecchia, Italy
murales a lugano - svizzera
“Pietro non torna indietro” – for Arte urbana Lugano Project
murales Memorie Urbane Festival
“aRenato”, murales in Gaeta, Italy
murales Memorie Urbane Festival
“aRenato”, murales in Gaeta, Italy
The dialogue, murales 2013
“The dialogue” – Paris
Abithoudini, murales
Abithoudini – Street art in Torino via Lugaro
Abithoudini, murales
Abithoudini – Street art in Torin via Lugaro
Disegni su carta
Series of paintings on paper 40×60
Disegni su carta
Series of paintings on paper 40×60
Murales serie di palazzi
“Beardwatching” – University Campus, Besançon (Francia)
Murales serie di palazzi
“Beardwatching” – University Campus, Besançon (Francia)

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