Antonio Giacomin was born in the Serra Gaúcha. He started painting in 1980, he travelled to United States, Mexico and Europe. In 2007, he launched the book “Poesias em Água Aquarela”, an inventory of thematic images resulting from trips that was taken in various regions of Rio Grande do Sul.
In 2012, in partnership with writer Nivaldo Pereira, he launched the book “Jeitos de Ser Brasil”, in which they recorded aspects of Brazilian culture.
In 2014, in partnership with Marcos Fernando Kirst, he launched the work “Serra Gaúcha: O Pasado Presente”. He won the contest to choose the drawing of the crown of the Queen of the Grape Festival 2014. He lives and works in Caxias do Sul, where he maintains his studio.
Antonio Giacomin Website