Arnaldo Pomodoro was born in 1926 in Morciano, Italy. While he was studying stage design he worked in Pesaro as a consultant and a goldsmith for the restoration of public buildings. His moving to Milan in 1954 has above all been significant for his meeting with personalities like Enrico Baj, Sergio Dangelo, Lucio Fontana.
He exhibited works in numerous famous international venues like São Paulo Bienal (1963), Venice Biennale (1964) and the[one_half][/one_half] Marlborough galleries in New York and Rome. The artist taught at Stanford University and the University of California at Berkeley and later traveled in the United States.
To convey a mechanism of destruction and regeneration, he chooses gigantic architectonic pieces combining the basic geometric shapes such as cubes, spheres, columns, pyramids and discs. The artist currently lives and works in Milan.