Guido Buganza is an italian painter, engraver and stage designer.
At the age of 16 he made his first solo show. Over the years, his works have been exhibited in art galleries and cultural centers in Milan, Bordeaux, Wingfield, Barcelona, Miami, and Tokyo.
In 2007 he was named by Peter Greenaway as a stage painter at the Venaria Turin Palace and at the same time he was present at the Venice Biennale as a scenographer.
In the two-year period 2015-2016, he received the attention of some important Italian institutions. The Chiusi National Museum commissioned him a personal exhibition, and soon afterwards the Messina Museum in Milan invited him to create a solo exhibition site specific.
In 2016 the FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano promoted his exhibition at Villa Necchi Campiglio in Milan.
His works are present in numerous private and public collections, such as the Contemporary Art Archive of Florence and the Palace of the Lombardy Region in Milan.
2016 RETABLO, Plastic Modern Art, Milano, Italy
2016 BASEMENT, Villa Necchi Campiglio, Milano, Italy
2016 RITRATTO DI LUOGO, Messina Museum, Milano, Italy
2016 QUADERNI MILANESI, Gallery Gli Eroici Furori, Milano, Italy
2015 REPERTI PRIVATI, National Museum of Chiusi, Toscana, Italy
2015 DIURNO, Orea Malia Gallery, Milano, Italy
2012 THE MONKEY PAINTER, Borderline Gallery, Milan, Italy
2012 HUMAN TOO HUMAN, Trento, Italy
2009 UNGRATEFUL PUPIL, Gommalacca Gallery, Milan, Italy
2004 TABULA PICTA, Franco Parenti Theatre Foyer, Milan, Italy
2000 Solo exhibition, MADgallery Brescia, Italy
1986 Solo Exhibition in the foyer of the theater Monteverdi Cremona, Italy
1985 Solo Exhibition in the gallery “The polyhedron” Cremona, Italy
2015 DONKEY ART PRIZE, 3331 Arts Chiyoda Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2014 Collective Exhibition “The Art Courier”, Art Week in Miami @The Hangar Gallery, Miami, USA
2013 Collective Exhibition in Regione Lombardia, Milano, Italy
2007 “Peopling the Palace”, in collaboration with Peter Greenaway Venaria Palace Turin, Italy
2002 Action painting in the opera “Orlando Furioso” by Antonio Vivaldi dir. Federico Maria Sardelli, directed by Francesco Micheli, Barga Opera Festival
1995 International Miniprint Palau de Bellas Artes (collective) Barcelona, Spain
1994 International Miniprint Palau de Bellas Artes (collective) Barcelona, Spain
1994 Exhibition “Engravings experimental” Museum Saint Philip and James at Brescia, Italy
1993 Collective Exhibition for Borromeo Company Award at Palazzo della Permanente in Milan, Italy