The Magic Equilibrium
A logo created by the “painter of happiness”
Giuliano Ghelli was an Italian painter and sculptor, who died in 2014.
Sport was also his passion: in 2000 he exhibited a solo show in Sydney in the occasion of the Olympic Games. Self-taught, his research starts informally and then draws inspiration from Pop art and Surrealism in figurative forms. He lived and worked in the Florentine Chianti.
In 1992 he was at the Castello Sforzesco in Milan with “Travelling with Leonardo.” In 1995 he created a series of large paintings for Mercedes-Benz Italy. In 2000 he exhibited in a solo show in Sydney Olympic Games. In 2002, his colorful busts became the “Prize Milan for Fashion”.
In 2003 he realized his official Calendar for Toyota Japan. In 2008, at the launch of the new Fiat 500, it creates a unique model of the car for the Italian Cultural Institute in Tokyo. In 2009 he painted the Palio of Siena .
He had over one hundred of his personal exhibitions in public and private galleries: he has exhibited in the U.S.A, Japan, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Greece, France, Portugal, Spain, Russia.