Giancarlo Pozzi is an Italian artist (Castellanza) born in 1938. He started painting at a very young age and exhibited for the first time at the Association of Legnanesi Artists, Legnano in 1954.
He founded with his painter friends Bianchi, Luraschi and Simonetta the group No! in 1963.
From 1961 to 1972, he worked for the graphic editor Giorgio Upiglio in Milan with which he will travel across Europe in 1964. He collaborates in this workshop with many artists including Giacometti, Lam, Sutherland, De Chirico.
His engravings are exhibited in Montevideo, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Havana, Prague, etc. He participated in 1972 in the XXXVIth Venice Biennale.
He also illustrates texts notably by Jose Angel Valente, Sanesi and Carrieri.
In 1999, he participated in the exhibition Painters and Poets at Editart at the Museum of Fine Arts in the City of Le Locle, Switzerland.
In 2000, his donation to the Municipality of Castellanza was exhibited at Villa Pomini.
In 2004, he was invited to the Homage to Maria Zambrano exhibition in Vélez-Malaga, Spain.
His works are found in public and private collections in Italy, as well as in many countries (Japan, China, Malaysia, Mexico, Finland…).
The journey is deeply rooted in the artist, as a reason to live, as a quest. The invitation to travel is also made through imagination, dream, this dreamlike world which he expresses with so much poetry in his pictorial work