The Italian painter, graphic artist and designer Concetto Pozzati studied at the Istituto d’Arte in Bologna among others under Venanzio Baccilieri, Paul Manaresi and Quinto Ghermandi. In the mid-1950s, the artist went to Paris, where he focused on commercial art.
Pozzati participated in important national and international exhibitions. Later he taught at different Italian academies, among others in Urbino, Florence and Venice.
he oeuvre of the artist which moves between figuration and abstraction is considered as an important contribution to Italy’s modern painting.