Pino Manos




Pino Manos (b. 1930, Sassari, Province of Sassari, Italy) attended the Academy of Fine Arts “Cimabue” (along with Enrico Castellani and Vincenzo Agnetti) and “Brera”. Befriends Roberto Crippa, Gianni Dova, Marino Marini, Augustine Bonalumi and Bruno Munari but especially with Lucio Fontana adhering to the movement of Spatialism.

In 1962 he was called to London, along with the thirty most eminent artists in Europe to be the Manifesto “Europe 1962” Painting and Sculpture organized by New Vision Centre Gallery as the basis of the emerging European Union.

Manos participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Italy and other parts of the world; his works are in numerous private and public collections in Italy and abroad (three of his works are in the collection of Nelson Rockefeller in New York). 

Manos moved permanently to Milan in 1968 where he currently lives and works.