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Pier Toffoletti was born in 1957 in the province of Udine.
He developed a passion for painting at a very early age. In 2012 he exhibited at Art Basel Miami, and in 2011 at the 54th Venice Biennale.
He has taken part in over 200 solo and group shows including in 2009 at Villa Farsetti in Santa Maria di Sala (Venice). In 2008 he had a solo show at the Museo Correr in Venice, at Palazzo Senato in Milan and at OPEN XI on the Venice Lido.
In 2007 he exhibited in Verona at the Palazzo della Gran Guardia.
In 2005, he had a solo show at the Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Arezzo; he also exhibited with a group of Japanese artists at the Palazzo Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista in Venice.
In 2004 he exhibited at the Consulate General of Italy at Coral Gables and the Art Center in Lincoln Road in Miami.
In 2002 he exhibited with Japanese artists at Palazzo Zenobio in Venice and in 1999 at the Italian Cultural Institute in Tokyo.
He has also taken part in a large number of important international art fairs, such as in Madrid, New York, Yokohama, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Innsbruck, and Strasbourg, and his works are held in public and private collections in Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Germany, Japan, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, and the USA.
Pier Toffoletti in pausa

Limited Edition Graphics

Pier Toffoletti’s limited edition prints reproduce original works selected by the artist himself, who has divided them according to five periods of his artistic career, starting with “TIMELESS FIGURES”, up to the more recent “BODY SPLASH” series, for a total of approximately 100 works.

The prints are produced individually upon booking. The artist personally creates the files used for printing, achieving extremely faithful renderings of detail and colour. He then supervises printing, carried out using a cutting-edge professional technique based on thin jets of indelible ink. This procedure allows unrivalled image quality.

Each work is produced in a limited edition of 150 copies in the format 50cm × 70cm.