Gianluigi Alberio was born in Rovello Porro (Como, Italy). In 1951. Inl 1969 he graduates at Como Art School. After completing his studies, he works five years long as an Art Director. In these years he researches about Klee's, Kandinski's and Vasarely's, both about graphics and painting.
In 2003 he discovers animalist painting and the Wildlife Art movement. Fascinated, he starts studying animal life.
His paintings took part in exhibitions in the most important italian towns and abroad: Milan, Rome, Treviso, Como, Torino, Bologna, Venice, Parsi, New York, Beijing, Dakar, Osaka, Berlin, Dallas, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, StocKholm, Oslo, Barcellona, Dubai, London, getting support from audiences and critics.
In 2013, he took part at the exhibition Symphonie de couleurs, organized by MACIA within the 55th Biennale d'Arte di Venezia. In 2014 he has been selected to exhibit at the Esposizione triennale di Arti Visive in Rome.
He has been invited to show his paintings at the most important european dogs exhibition, in Milan.
He is the sole italian artist exhibiting at the 34th Salon National des Artistes Animaliers in France. He received the Premio Ambiente.
in 2004 he founded, with some friends the Helianto association, which organized over 100 cultural and artistic events.
Directors: Liliana Carugati, Lorenzo Baldi
Photography: Liliana Carugati, Lorenzo Baldi
Camera: Lorenzo Baldi
Editing: Lorenzo Baldi
Music: Sonoton library
Production standard: HD 1080/25p
Camera: Sony NEX-FS-100
Lenses: Nikkor 50 mm f 1.8, Nikkor 16-85 f 3.5-5.6
Camera supports: Vinten, Konova slider
Codec: AVCHD 28 Mbps
Postproduction: Final Cut Pro X