Francesco Musante

Francesco Musante was born in Genova in 1950.

He first graduated from the Liceo Artistico in the Ligurian capital and then at the detached art section at the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti in Torino. While lending his "characters," he worked on creating the signature tune and scenery of the 2007 television show Zelig.
In 2011, he was engaged in sketching scenery and costumes for the Bohème del Teatro Carlo Felice in Genova. He designed a 100-square-meter sculpted house for Telecom Italia--an itinerant installation exhibited in various Italian cities including Genova, Bari, Pisa, Milan and Bologna. His works are present in the most important national and foreign galleries.

Francesco Musante

"I'll take the last train in the evening to hold you in my arms"

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