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Riccardo Schweizer ( 1025-2004), was an Italian contemporary artist experimenting in all fine arts: painting, sculpture, architecture and design. Versatile, creative and original, he was always seeking new ways of expression to satisfy his curiosity and desire of freedom that can be found in his extraordinary artworks.
Although deeply bound to his homeland (Trento, Italy), Riccardo Schweizer was fascinated by the Mediterranean, sunny and colourful Provence, where he met Pablo Picasso and the other now legendary French avant-garde artists of the time such as Chagall, Cocteau, Tamayo, Pignon, Eluard. Influenced by these artists but at the same time detached from any artistic trends, he was faithful to his idea that art must involve all aspects of reality and coincide as much as possible with everyday life. Combining avant-garde and tradition, Riccardo Schweizer created environments and objects of common use that he considered art.