Giampaolo Babetto, ‘Necklace’, 2010, Caroline Van Hoek

About Giampaolo Babetto

For Italian artist Giampaolo Babetto, his work is not “made of appearances,” but rather is “something that comes from the inside, that expresses an inwardness.” Reflective of Modern art movements including Concrete Art, Minimalism, and Op Art, the pure forms that Babetto creates in his varied works, from sculptural objects and jewelry pieces to furniture designs and interiors, are not limited by process or materials, but rather allow for fluid transition between his various disciplines. With his sharp eye for detail, Babetto explores all range of forms, volumes, and colors.

Italian, b. 1947