About

Gian-Franco Mazzola was born in 1998 in Switzerland.

Because of his peruvian origin it was specially the art of 

the Nascas and Inkas that evoked his interest in art

at the age of 3. Full of enthusiasm he took them as an inspiration for his early pictures.

Three years later he had a first exhibition in a Galery in Altstätten CH, where he sold 30 Paintings.

His motivation grew and in the following years he was in several newspaper and TV reports

His latest Exhibition was 2016 in St.Margrethen, where

he presented his second Book "My Way to Art"

Currently he's studying Art Education  at the Zurich University of Arts.

Curriculum Vitae

2018 

Studies of Bachelor Art-Education at the Zurich University of Arts 

 

 

2017

Illustrative contracts concerning

adolescene law for the social office of St.Gallen

2016 

Publishing of his second book „Gian-Franco – My Way to Art“

 

TV-Interview at TVO - 60 Minuten

 

Exhibition at the Art House in St.Margrethen

2012  

1.Price et the competition organisied by WWF.

Print of his Drawing as official postcard

2011  

Exhibition in the culture Foyer of Migros in Schaffhausen

 

Invitation to spray a Graffiiti at the Schmidheiny-Parc in Heerbrugg 

 

 

2010

1.Price with his Comic „Paca-Chinga“ at the national Competition,       organisied by IGSU. (IG for clean environment)

 

Exhibition at the community house Au

2008

Several TV-Interviews during the stay in Peru

Nomination as freeman of the Nasca province

because of his efforts to motivate

the local adolescence cultural en creatively  

 

2007 

He is certified artistic giftedness by „Eurotalent“ in Milan

2006  

Publishing of the first Book „Fantasie, mein Weg zur Kunst“

2005  

Exhibition and live interview with Sandra Studer

at the swiss Company event  X.Days

Interview with the Raiffeisen-magzine "Panorama"

 

Exhibition at the gallery of the Physio-centre Zeni in Heerbrugg

2004

first exhibition at the gallery „Kunststoff“ in Altstätten

Interview at TVO (Tele Ostschweiz)

2003

first Interview at the Newspaper „Der Rheintaler“