Vittorio Piscopo was an Italian futuristic abstract painter and stage designer. He was among the greatest exponents of the “circumvisionismo”, an avant-garde movement in Napoli during the Fascist era. Piscopo studied at the Academia di Belle Arti in Napoli. In 1933 he held his first major exhibition at the Sports Cafe in the Galleria Umberto I in Napoli. This placed him alongside Carlo Cocchia and Guglielmo Roehrssen, as a co-founder of the art movement called Futurism Partenopeo, which eventually gave the city of Napoli a notable place in modern art. Piscopo won numerous awards during his lifetime.
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