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Biography 1989

“Palazzo Lanfranchi” in Pisa devotes an important anthology to Gribaudo’s works from the “Teatro della Memoria e altre impronte” series, in which he exhibits works produced between 1963 and 1988. The catalogue, published by “Fabbri Editori”, is edited by Nicola Micieli. This is the first time “Teatri della Memoria” is exhibited: collages of logogrifi produced years earlier, subsequently newly elaborated and transformed into new images.
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Biography 1990

At the “Galerie Albert Loeb” in Paris, he exhibits white polystyrene logogrifi, subject of an important monograph “Ombre Bianche”, published by the “Cercle d’Art” in Paris. The same works are then exhibited at the “Centro Culturale Francese” in Turin.At the “Galleria Arte 3” in Trieste, Gribaudo pesents a series of still life paintings on jute, produced between 1985 and 1990. Some  of his Logogrifi are exhibited during the personal exhibition at the “Galleria Spazio” in Sauze d’Oulx. A new series of Logogrifi on fabric, bearing witness to the way Gribaudo’s work continues...
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Biography 1991 – 1992

At the “Galerie Albert Loeb” in Paris, he exhibits white polystyrene logogrifi, subject of an important monograph “Ombre Bianche”, published by the “Cercle d’Art” in Paris. The same works are then exhibited at the “Centro Culturale Francese” in Turin.
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Biography 1993

“Arbores, Matrices, Logogrhypes” is the title of his personal exhibition at the “Galerie Carpentier” in Paris (introduction by Francesco Poli). Here, he exhibits collages, logogrifi and mixed techniques produced over recent years from the “Alberi” series, works which Gribaudo created practically in secret while preparing more “public” works such as Dinosauri and Bestiari, using a mixed technique, as well as “Teatri della memoria”. Mimose and Alberi are also presented at Ezio Gribaudo’s personal exhibition at the “Galleria Fogola” “Dantesca” in Turin. Dinosauri is at the...
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Biography 1994

“Carnevale Marino” is the dominating theme of the tempera and collage work (circa thirty) exhibited at the “Galleria del Leone” in Venice, introduced by Francesco Forte. At Riva, near Chieri (Turin), at “Palazzo Grosso”, Gribaudo proposes a selection of trees, horses and mimosas. The mimosas are again at the centre of the exhibition at the “Tempio Anglicano” in Trieste, where a selection of 10 paintings are exhibited, bearing the title “Gialla irrompe la mimosa” taken from a verse by Montale.