Italo Scanga
1932–2001

Introduction

Italo Scanga (June 6, 1932 – July 27, 2001), an Italian-born American visual artist and educator. He was known for his sculptures, ceramics, glass, prints, and, paintings, working as a neo-Dadaist, neo-Expressionist, and neo-Cubist; his art was mostly created from found objects and/or ordinary objects. Scanga taught for many years at the University of California, San Diego (UC San Digeo).

Wikidata identifier

Q6093577

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