European Naive  Art , Copenhagen

6th October – 18th November 2012

Guido Vedovato , Italy


Guido Vedovato was born in 1961 in the north east of Italy. He is a self-taught painter and sculptor.His first exhibition was in 1986. His paintings are inspired by life's scenes, peoples, and animals of the mountains where he has been living for long-time. About its sculptures, he has a predilection for primitive wooden or terracotta figures, raw or coloured too, with shapes ascribable to the traditional and popular sculpture of the north-eastern alpine area of Italy.

Guido Vedovato’s works were exhibited in the following countries:

Italy, Spain, France, Swiss, Belgium, Portugal, Holland, Greece, Slovenia, Serbia, Sweden, Slovak Republic, Russia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Poland, Denmark, Hungary, Canada, Usa, Israel, Mexico, Thailand, Turkey, Finland


His works are acquired by the following museums:

Museum of Naive Art in Jagodina – Serbia,

State Museum of Naïve Art in Moscow – Russia, 

Museum of Naïve Art in Kecskemét - Hungary

Musée d’Art Spontané, Brussels Belgium, 

Slovenian Naive Art Museum in Trebnje – Slovenia,

MAN Naive Art Museum Béraut – France,

Museum and Naïve art gallery in Kovacica - Serbia

International Naive Art Museum in Jaen – Spain,

International Naive Art Museum Y. M. Daigle – Canada,

Vihorlatske Muzeum Humenné – Slovak Republic,

MIDAN International Naive Art Museum Vicq – France,

National Naive Art Museum Cesare Zavattini – Italy,

Naive Art Museum – Lauro – Italy.

Bages International Naive Art Museum – France,