ceramist, painter, sculptor
22.10.1948 in Anacapri
1967 Art Institute, Sorrento
1967 1st painting exhibition, Palazzo Cerio, Capri
1968 Academy of Fine Art, Naples
5 year experience as a teacher
exhibitions Naples, Ferrara, Florence, Köln, Stockholm, Paris, Munich, New York, Buenos Aires, Lugano, Silkeborg
1979 upgrading of Piazza Diazz (ceramic benches), Anacapri
1991 moved to New York, workshop and permanent exhibition, Lexington Ave. Manhattan
1993 realization of the 8 huge vases, commissioned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, standing in the complex of the Florentine Gardens, Robert Lehman Foundation
1993 founded the multifunctional Art Centre Rubinos Art Village, Jeffersonville, N.Y. (Catskill National Park)
1996 realized "Capri in Miniatura", Anacapri, with his sons Michelangelo and Raffaello
1996 honoured by the Republic of Italy with the award of Commendatore
2001 project for Theatre Plaza in Aschaffenbug, Germany
2004 realized over 200 ceramic books and panels, "Sentiero dei Fortini" (ECOMUSEUM), Anacapri
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