Giancarlo Flati was born in Aquila, in the Italian region of Abruzzo (central Italy). His artistic production began in 1964 and has continued ever since with growing dedication and commitment. Between 1967-71 he studied under the guidance of the painter Angiolo Mantovanelli. Since 1972 he has travelled widely and lived for long periods in Sweden, Poland, Germany and Norway where he met with numerous contemporary artists. His artistic production is deeply influenced by Northern European culture. Since 1986 he has lived and worked in Rome, Italy. Private collections of his work exist in Italy, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Poland and USA.
Giancarlo Flati has painted over 100 portraits.
Winner of the Prize Michetti Museum 2005 (MUMI2005).
The actual artistic research of Giancarlo Flati is dedicated to creative consciousness and to the exploration of the "invisible holomovement" of the Bohm's "Wholeness and Implicated Order".
In 2016 won the cover competition for the July/August issue of the magazine Art & Beyond.
In 2017 Triennial Exhibition of Visual Arts in Rome, Complex of Vittoriano, Ala Brasini.
In 2017 he has been invited from the Art Historian Earl Daniele Radini Tedeschi as a member of El Circulo Magico at the 57. International Art Exibition –La Biennale di Venezia. National Pavillion of Guatemala.
On the occasion of this event he has exhibited his works “I the tree of the edges” and the artist’s book "From the silence of leaves".
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