Bernardo Peruta

Ponte San Pietro - Bergamo 1973

Born in Ponte S.Pietro (Bergamo) in 1973.

From 1992 to 1996 he attended the School of Plastic Arts Castellini in Como. He worked as a decorator collaborating in the restoration of various churches and in 1997 thanks to the collaboration with a famous portrait painter, he further explored the technique of oil painting.From 2004 to 2006 he lived and worked in Nizza, France.His first exhibition in Italy in 2004, was followed by a number of  shows in Italy, France, Germany and Belgium.


2004    "Itars Atelier" - Nizza - Francia

2006    "Itars Atelier" - Nizza - Francia

2007    "Torretta Civica" - Sarnico - Bergamo

2009    "New Artemisia Gallery" - Bergamo

2010    "Torre Civica" - Mapello - Bergamo

2011    ''Franca Pezzoli Arte Contemporanea'' - Clusone - Bergamo

2012    ''Gallerie l'Art e le Matière" - Nice - Francia

2013    ''Franca Pezzoli Arte Contemporanea'' - Clusone - Bergamo

2015    ''Franca Pezzoli Arte Contemporanea'' - Clusone - Bergamo

2017    "Franca Pezzoli  Arte Contemporanea" - Clusone - Bergamo

2018    "BIM Banca Intermobiliare " - Bergamo


2004    "Palazzo Berlendis" - Bolgare - Bergamo

2005    "Gallerie Le Prado" - Liege - Belgio

2006    "Arte Fiera" - Nizza - Francia

            "Galerie "Itars" - Nizza - Francia

2007    "Art Museum" - Sasbach - Germania

            "Cagnes Sur Mer" - Nizza - Francia

            "Centro Arte Contemporanea" - Briancon - Francia

2008    "Galerie La Potele" - Rochefant - Belgio

2009    "Palazzo Montecitorio"- Roma

            "Museum Tony Merz” -Brianchon-  Francia.

            “Palais d'Iena" - Parigi - Francia

2010    "Basilica S.Martino" - Alzano Lombardo - Bergamo

2011    "Infantellina Contemporary - Berlino

2012    "Museo d'Arte Contemporanea FLM" - Banari (SS)

            "Expotempo Knokke Heist" - Belgio

2013    "Civico Museo Parisi Valle" - Varese

2015    "Galerie Papillon" - 0ostende

2016    "Spazio Golino  Durbuy" - Belgio

2016    "Passage Lemonnier" - Liegi - Belgio

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