Giuliano Dal Molin was born in Schio (VI) in 1960. He currently lives and works in San Vito di Leguzzano (VI).
The turning point in his artistic work came in the late eighties, when Dal Molin chose the path of abstractionism. Initially the works reveal a dialogue between materials such as metals, powders and pigments. Reliefs and essential forms - concave/convex - almost nil whose colour remains only veils, "traces of the gesture of painting".
In 1984, 1989 and 1991 his works were selected for group exhibitions at the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation in Venice; in 1992 he had a personal space at the same Foundation and in 1993 he participated in the 45th Venice Biennale.
Since 1997 colour has appeared strongly, initially with monochrome backgrounds and then with intense contrasts and deep dissonances; in these years the works expand into the surrounding space, often becoming a polyptych no longer placed on the wall but resting on the ground, in a strong and continuous relationship between the elements.
The vertical and horizontal forms are a search for dialogues between planes, curves, lights, in a constant and close relationship between painting and sculpture.
The 2000s lead to the evolution of the ideas of previous years, with research developed on three-dimensionality, which brings the artist to investigate architectural forms.
The works are conceived in virtue of a strong bond both among themselves and with the surrounding environment, in a mutual and constant strengthening.
This phase is accompanied by an accurate research on colour, which starts from the history of painting and then manifests itself in three-dimensional works, projects and drawings, the result of a process of synthesis aimed at removing the excess and the superfluous to give voice to colour and shapes.
In 2016 Giuliano Dal Molin had his first solo show at Lia Rumma Gallery in Naples.
In 2017 Dal Molin took part in the group exhibition "The emotion of colours in art" at Castello di Rivoli (TO).