Gian Antonio Golin graduated in Philosophy and Letters in Padua, specialized in Architectural History in Italy first and in Paris then, where he received his master degree in architecture. Professor of Aesthetics at the Sorbonne IV in Paris, for thirty years he has had pledged to cooperate with the Fondo per l’Ambiente Italiano (FAI) and now he’s directing A.R.P.A.I (Associazione per il Restauro del Patrimonio Artistico Italiano). Personal exhibition in Luxembourg, Germany, Netherlands, France, Austria, Italy.

Gian Antonio carry out the classical studies at the faculty of Philosophy and literature in Vicenza and Padua, majoring in History of Architecture. He completed the studies of History of Architecture and Aesthetics in Paris.

He started a career as a teacher and lecturer who has led him to collaborate with the International Centre of Architecture in Vicenza, with the University of Miami for the seminars in Italy and with the Sorbonne and various museums (Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Musée de l’Homme, the Budé Foundation, Ecole du Louvre and many other cultural institutions in France).

Soon started to write for magazines and books, mainly on issues about architecture and particularly on relations between the French Neoclassicism and the legacy of the culture left by Palladio.



See the complete archive of artworks belonging to the collections “Afrika, Scritti nel Vento” and “Medea, Dignity and Deception”



Information about exhibitions and events


Afrika, Written in the Wind

15.05 / 13.06     2015

L'IDEA di Amatori Maria Luisa

Piazza dei Signori, 56 Vicenza

SCHEDULE: from tuesday to saturday

morning 9.30 - 12.30 afternoon 15.30 - 19.30

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Friday 15 May 2015

at 18:00

presentation of the artist by
Arch. Sotirios Papadopoulos

A section of the exhibition is on display
from 19.30 in the showroom STUDIO 60
Contrà in Port Saint Lucia, 60 Vicenza



Medea, Dignity and Mistake

21.04 / 27.05     2007

Museo Diocesano, Venice


Memory signs

14.06 / 20.07     2008

Maison des Artes de Carces

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