Abstract painter who created oil and canvas collages. His works included "La Tigre" from 1968, "New York" from 1973, and "Inquietudine Geometria" from 1987.
He worked as an architect in his early years and later took up painting. His career gained traction with such exhibitions as the Gallery Astrolobio in Rome that was hosted by the famed Marcello Venturoli.
His work was exhibited in museums and galleries in New York and Los Angeles.
He was raised in Italy and later moved to New York to pursue a career in art. He left Italy because he felt trapped by the figurative art movement that was prevalent at the time.
He was a contemporary of Frank Stella.