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MARINO DI TEANA
monumental sculpture, architecture, painting, urbanism :
a conceptual continuity

Official website created in 2003 - stopped in 2012

Art Paris, Art Basel, National Modern Art Collection Paris,
Guest of Honnor at Réalités Nouvelles...
From 2012, all news, galleries, events and upcoming-show are now on sculpture-architecture.com


Art, it is the city. The city is art."
"Art and architecture are indissociable."
"Art has a meaning"

"a table, a fresco, enriches the house and its architecture. The sculpture which belongs to a significant unit, which enriches the city and its architecture. When one looks of the Louvre to the triumphal arch, it is the avenue, the place, the sculptures and the monuments located at the neuralgic places which gives the artistic and significant value to this unit. If one shifts the sculpture Horses's Carroussel out of the prospect, they lose their beauty. They remain a body without heart."

"art is not simply a blow of brush on a table,
nor a curio on a piano".
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Death of Francesco Marino di Teana 8.8.1920 - 1.1.2012

giacometti
Alberto Giacometti with Marino Di Teana in 1963


The highest steel monumental sculpture in Europe

Diteana in the manufacture


Di Teana in his atelier in 2009.

On right : Portrait by photographer Claude Gaspari 1982.


ALL NEWS :

- ARTBASEL 2014 with MAGEN GALLERY, New York
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RAI Italian TV the Marino Di Teana' son intervewed
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ART PARIS grand palais 2014
- Great EXHIBITION FONTENAY 2013

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Next Auction 23 & 27/10/2013
- The interview of Alberto Giacometti with marino di Teana in the newsletter 2012

- ART PARIS 2012 GRAND PALAIS

"Tribute to Fontana Tartaglia" the new monumental sculpture project for Italy.

- Monumental sculptures in the CHATEAU DES ORMES
Group exhibition by Lydia Harambourg. Summer 2011.

- ARTE FIERA BOLOGNA 2011
Sculptures exhibition with Gimpel Fils London
and Gimpel-Muller Galery Paris.

- MONOLITHS or ARCHITECTURE IN SUSPENCE
Artists and architects in the FRAC Centre collection
Exhibition from september 27 2010 to january 30, 2011
- CAMBRAI FINE ARTS MUSEUM 2010
Tribute to his work on the occasion of his 90th birthday
- International Sculpture Triennial 2009 POZNAN - POLAND

- Inauguration of 4 new monumental sculptures ITALY

- ART PARIS 2007 GRAND PALAIS one-man show presented by the Michele BROUTTA's gallery.

- 2008 St Flour's cathedral, a medieval city. Bronze Door, Rose, and stained glass windows designed by Diteana inspired by the Emperor Frederic II Hohenstaufen history.

- News letter 2011 - ArteFiera Bologna Italy, the military monumental sculpture
- News letter 2010 - Exhibition in Cambrai museum, Claude Parent, Barbizon, French Ambassy in Brasil
- News letter 2010 - Diteana at the Academy
- News letter 2009 - Exhibition in the Napoleon Fontainebleau castel, the new monumental sculpture project
- News letter 2009 - Yerres sculpture Biennal, Krings gallery, Trienal of Posnan, Poland, FIAC-ArtElysée
- News letter 2009 - L'OREAL - Suisse Exhibition - Ledeur Collection - Jorge OTEIZA
- News letter 2009 - Diteana in the Factory - New books
- News letter 2008 - LAAC Dunkerque - Art Basel 2008
- News letter 2008 - Italy - Japan - USA - France
- News letter 2007 - St FLOUR cathedral

Archives
- Denise René gallery 1960
- Saarlandmuseum Germany 1981 .
- St Clement church restored by Di Teana in 1967

All the exhibitions and events


Marble Sculpture in Teana Italy named "the space ship"

sculpture in steel Corten in Paris in house of French President Guards
Tribute to Marcel Joray. Architectural sculpture.
Carbon Steel Monumental sculpture 17m high near Orleans
9 Fountains in the Grand Palais Paris 1963
Stainless steel monumental sculpture. 8 meters high. Carpentras, Vaucluse France.