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Mimmo Paladino was born in 1948 in Paduli (BN), where he lives and works still today. He trained in the neapolitan area of conceptual expressiveness, approaching painting and sculpture at the end of Seventies. 
In 1980 he exposes in the Aperto’ s section of “Biennale di Venezia”, an event supervised by Harald Szeemann and Achille Bonito Oliva; all this reveals the group of Transavanguardia on international artistic panorama. Since that moment Mimmo Paladino takes part at the most important international exhibitions: Biennale di Venezia, Biennale of San Paolo, Biennale of Lubiana, Tate Gallery of London, Fondazione Mirò of Barcellona, Biennale of Paris, Kunsthaus of Basilea, Kunsthaus of Hannover, Louisiana Museum of Humblebaeck, National Museum of Pechino, Forte Belvedere of Florence, Palacio Revillagigedo of Gijon, Musée Royale des Beaux Arts of Bruxelles, Centro Pecci of Prato, and so on. 
Paladino’s private exhibitions have been organized in many public museums and private galleries all over the world. His paintings and sculptures lie either in important public places, or in prestigious private collections. 
In 2006 he works for the first time as director of the feature film “Quijote”, presented  at the “Mostra d’arte  Cinematografica di Venezia