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VICTOR KASTELIC was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. After The College of Fine Arts of the University of Utah, Kastelic has relocated to Turin, Italy where he has participated in numerous gallery exhibits over the last 20 years (Galleria Carbone, Galleria In Arco) in Turin and throughout Italy (Arte 3, Ruggerini & Zonca- Milan) and elsewhere in Europe (Artiscope, Brussles; Zeno X, Amsterdam). His artwork belongs to the permanent collections of The Sandretto Foundation (Turin), The Borroni Foundation (Milan) and the Risorgimento Museum of Turin. In 2007-2008, Kastelic presented the one-man travelling exhibit “Cloudburst” at The Salt Lake Art Centre (Utah, USA), Palazzo Bricherasio Museum (Turin, Italy) and The Talbot Rice Museum (Edinburgh, UK) each exhibiting over 300 artworks. In 2008, Kastelic presented the monumental public art-project “Industrial Garden”, commissioned by the City of Turin and the Siemens Foundation which can be seen in Cso. Romania in Turin, Italy. In 2010, The
United States Library of Congress in Washington D.C. exhibited “Unexpected Garden”, a National Endowment For the Arts commission which has since been exhibited throughout numerous American public libraries. During 2010, Kastelic’s political illustrations appeared for the Boston Globe (Sunday Edition & weekly on-line newspaper). In 2021 the state ASLn4 hospital of Ivrea, Italy inaugurated in its obstetrics and gynecology ward the permanent installation “Symbiosis” by Kastelic including re-designed spaces, color scheme and furniture
along with 10 large-scale luminous, interactive paintings. Kastelic is currently involved in the design of Art and Art History curriculum for graduate students at The University of Studies of Siena, Italy and teaches art and art history at the Lycée Français in Turin, Italy. Since 2017, Kastelic has opened “Kspaces”: an Independent Art space in Torino, Italy dedicated to experimental exhibitions and events. The more than 15 exhibitions to date have involved many international artists who have come together to share the same “independent” spirit of exhibiting art. The last two years have been characterized by collaborative exhibits in Kamnik, Slovenia.

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