Franco Di Cesare is an Italian visual artist based in London. He creates works which acts as an open dialogue, a platform for an everlasting conversation, within the Constructivist concept of space, colour and form. His mixed media geometric abstract paintings and wall sculptures compositions are made in series, with the aim of creating an overall conceptual, plastic and dynamic, connection through each new set of works.
Between “78 and “84 Franco attended the art school I.S.A.“N. Da Guardiagrele” in Chieti ( Italy). He was taught by Prof. Architetto G. Camillotti, “Disegno Geometrico” who instigated Franco’s interest in Constructivism, the Prof.ssa Bellelli “Storia D’Arte” and Prof.Sergio Mezzanotte “ Arti Plastiche”.
From 1991 to 1996 Franco exhibit with Centro Lavoro Arte, Milano (Italy).
From 2010 to 2015 he was an artist in residence in The Bermondsey Project Space, a Bow Arts and Crisis Uk collaboration. There he also ran workshops for the Crisis UK members.
Franco has recently featured in the Aesthetica Magazine and in the Inside Artist magazine. Currently, in 2017, Franco has a studio in the Bow Art Icehouse Court, Abbey Road, Barking, London IG11 7BT
Bow Arts Studios, Ice House Court