Enzo Rovella

Enzo Rovella

Enzo Rovella lives and works in Catania, where he was born in February 1966. He began exhibiting in 1992 in a collective show held at the Cefal&iaute Gallery in Catania. The following year, he had his first one-man show organized by Francesco Gallo at the Altaureola Galleria in Acireale. In 2005 he exhibited at the Beijing Biennial organized by Vincenzo Sanfo of the Centro Italiano for arts and culture. Among his main shows, the most particular noteworthy ones are: the participation at the XIV Quadriennale Anteprima Napoli at the Palazzo Reale in 2003, a personal show held by Sergio Tossi curated by Demetrio Paparoni, a collective show at the Attico of Fabio Sargentini, organized by Demetrio Paparoni, as well as various participations at international exhibitions. Recently, he has held a personal show at the Benedictine Monastery in Catania, organized by Beatrice Buscaroli and a one-man show at the Bianca Maria Rizzi gallery in Milan, presented by Alberto Zanchetta. His work is present in various public and private collections. His works have been acquired by private foundations.