LUIGI ROCCA - Biography
Luigi Rocca, the hyperrealist painter, was born in Porpetto, near Udine, Italy. The second of three brothers, Luigi
was born to Francesca and Edgardo Rocca on December 26, 1952.
Luigi Rocca also took part in two prestigious itinerant group shows organized by Melori & Rosenberg Gallery:
“Venice – Views on Ghetto” (showed in the Ghetto of Venice, in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa in 2005) and “In the
Space of the Cross” (showed at Church St. Salvador and Church St. Rocco in Venice in 2010).


Mr Henry Mensing also gave Luigi Rocca a great contribution as a gallery: since 2006 many personal exhibitions
were mounted at his private art galleries in Munich, Hannover, Berlin, Frankurt, Dusseldorf, Berlin, Hamburg.
His official publisher, Melori & Rosenberg, published two artbooks (“Luigi Rocca. The Artbook” in 2001 and “Luigi
Rocca. Eine Monographie” by Petra Schaefer in 2009), and all the catalogues.
Since October 2007 his artworks – both originals and limited edition giclee - are exhibited at Arnot Galleries, 57th
Street, New York.


New York from the air

130 x 90 cm
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New York Times Square

ca. 100 x 200 cm
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Times Square Virgin

ca. 50 x 150 cm
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ca. 90 x 130 cm
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Red diner 1

130 x 90 cm
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