Giorgio Granozio studied at art school before graduating in architecture from the University of Rome with first-class honours. The works merge the spatial concepts of architecture and landscapes with an in-depth knowledge of Italian modern art to produce highly original imagery. He likes to say of his work: "Every geometric shape belongs to a common field, which is the source of absolute and unique existence." He now lives and practices in Edinburgh.
Sant’Agata dei Goti, Rome, “Arte Dolce” collective exhibition curated by Achille Bonito Oliva (1979).
Galleria ‘Es’, Turin, “Settanta per cento” collective exhibition (1992).
RIAS Gallery, Edinburgh, “Visual Works” solo exhibition (2004).
Scottish Society of Artists, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, collective exhibition (2007).
Atticsalt Gallery, Edinburgh (Construct) collective exhibition (2007).
Atticsalt Gallery, Edinburgh with Jane Rushton (2008).
Atticsalt Gallery, Edinburgh, solo exhibition (2010).
Scottish Society of Artists, collective charity exhibition with Lyon & Turnbull auctioneers Edinburgh (2010).
Galleria Piva, Bologna, collective exhibition "Gli Inutili" (2010).
Comune di Ferrara, Rocca di Cento, Ferrara, collective exhibition "Gli Inutili" (2010).
Arte Fiera OFF, Bologna, "Gli Inutili" collective exhibition curated by Marco Testa (2011).
Axolotl Gallery, Edinburgh, collective exhibition (2011).