Wladimiro Tulli

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He was an Italian painter, author of works belonging to the second futurism and abstractionism. He began his activity as a painter around 1938: he was initially fascinated by his fellow citizen Ivo Pannaggi and by other futurists of the time, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti above all, while after the war he approached abstractionism establishing contacts and relationships with the major abstract artists of the moment like Alberto Burri. In 1953 he joined the "Numero" group in Florence and thanks to it he began to travel the world and exhibit some of his works in large museums until he became an active part of the "Eclats" group in Paris; in 1962 together with other artists he is in the "Levante" group of Macerata. He has created frescoes, murals, plastic murals, graffiti and decorations in various cities, including his native Macerata, Bologna, San Benedetto del Tronto On the proposal of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers he was awarded the title of Commander Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, on 27.12.1996.