Viscidi Bluer è nato a Venezia ed opera a Padova con studio e
Permanente a palazzo Badoer in via San Francesco 76.
Ha allestito più di 30 mostre personali in tutto il territorio
nazionale in importanti Gallerie e in prestigiosi spazi pubblici.
Ha inoltre partecipato a esposizioni internazionali in: Australia,
Austria, Brasile, Francia, Finlandia, Germania, Inghilterra, Spagna,
Turchia e Ungheria.
Le sue opere sono presenti in importanti collezioni pubbliche e
Nel 2001 ha pubblicato il libro : “ L’uomo che incontrava i canguri
– racconti per Inquieti e ipocondriaci – “ per i tipi dell’editore
Campanotto di Udine.
E’ presente nelle ultime edizioni del Catalogo generale dell’arte
E nel web con il proprio sito:
is English by birth but has chosen Italy as his country of
residence. He has a home and a studio in Le Marche where he works as
painter, photographer, designer and educator
As an artist he has exhibited his work throughout Europe and his
photographs and paintings are held in private and public
1972. The Public Gallery, Ryde, UK: paintings
1973. The Sidling Gallery, Dorset UK: paintings and prints
1975, The Wessex Gallery, Southampton: Paintings, Wessex
1978 The Russell Coates Gallery, Bournemouth Gallery, paintings,
Contemporary British Artists,
1981 Photographers over the Rainbow, Bristol. Photographs
1982 Photographers Gallery, London: Photographs 'West Coast States'
1983 La Rochelle Gallery, France 'Made in Britain' Photographs
1984 Milan: Contemporary Colour Photography
1985 Hastings Gallery, UK: Photography, 'Moments'
1986 Interim Arts , London: contemporary photography
1987 Theatre Gallery, Winchester UK, paintings
1988 Cloisters Gallery, Siena Italy, paintings and sculpture.
1989 La Brera Gallery, Milan, paintings.
1989-95. Involves himself in collaboration work with dancers,
musicians, filmmakers, poets at Sorgente workshops in Tuscany and in
1989, Poole Gallery, UK, paintings.
1998 Colle Gallery, Italy: paintings.
1999. Along with photographer Simon Larbalestier, conceives and
creates the cult art site ‘The Physik Garden'
an International on-line art forum which he coordinates, where he
writes 'The Spider Chronicles’ and curates the Glasshouse gallery as
well as exhibiting his paintings and photographs.
As a curator he has organised photographic three exhibitions at The
Primavera Fotografica in Barcelona, (1988,1990,1996 and two
exhibitions at The Rencontres in Arles (1990,1999), then at the
'Prague Spring' in the Czech Republic (1994), in Lisbon, at the
Argivo da Divisao.
As an educator he won a Fulbright scholarship to work in California
in the early eighties, was involved in designing post graduate art
programmes for the Study in Siena School in Italy and taught at the
Bournemouth School of Photography (UK) and at the Open University in
UK as well as having given and taught at various schools and
workshops in the USA, including guest lectures at The Society for
Photographic Education in Carmel, California and workshops in
creativity in Tucson, Arizona.