Matteo Pugliese is one of the most interesting and fascinating sculptors of our modern time. Some of his works have been sold by the major auction houses – Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Pandolfini – it always get good grades. His work is a perfection of classical advice, but at the moment before liberation, the cruel prisoners were captured in the final battle; the explosion of contract power was carved into bronze. The work of art he created was named after his name- Bronze Matteo Pugliese Sculpture.
In fact, it is not difficult to find that many famous artists are come from Italy. As well as Italy is the birthplace of art. The famous artist sculptor Matteo Pugliese is no exception. Matteo Pugliese was born in Milan in 1969. In 1978, he moved to Sardinia with his family. At the end of high school, he returned to Milan to go to college. He graduated in modern literature in 2005 and wrote a thesis on art criticism.
Since he was a child, he has shown a tendency to paint and sculpture. He believed that these fields are self-taught. He started his exhibition in Milan in 2001 and then held his personal exhibitions in Europe and Asia. His work has been exhibited at national and international exhibitions (Hong Kong, Madrid, Bologna, Milan, Paris) and has been permanently exposed to Italian and foreign galleries (Rome, London, Lugano, New York, Brussels and The Hague). He lives and works between Milan and Barcelona.
Matteo Pugliese’s journey and research began with an understanding of universal values, and then continued to study human needs, ultimately reaching self-awareness and landing in his deepest inner world. Physical strength and determination shaped the Bronze Matteo Pugliese Sculpture, but this primitive surface also contained a more fragile and human condition, and emotions were related to the psychological insecurity and torture common to all of us.
Matteo Pugliese said:” I believe that the human body is a complete and comprehensive letter that conveys any concept and emotion, rather than accidentally it is one of the most mature themes in art history. The technique and interpretation of the diagram then creates the unique and personal language of each artist. I tend to focus on the male body because I am interested in the expression of cruel energy and power, and the choice is also due to the autobiographical nature of the subject I am dealing with.” In the end, he created a series of famous Bronze Matteo Pugliese Sculpture.