Luca Alinari is an autodidactic artist and he begins with his first personal exhibition that goes up till 1969 in Florence and since then Luca Alinari is considered an intellectual figure in the Italian cultural field.
Luca Alinari becomes soon one of the most meaningful artist of the contemporary art, the point of link among the generation of the post Pop Art of the years between the '60s and the '80s and the new experimentations of the '90s. During the '70s he starts a research on the free approach of objects and figures inside fantastic and suspended atmospheres. In these years he experiments different pictorial techniques, in which he conjugates fluorescent colors, transfer, collage, photographic transpositions. Between 1972 and 1973 he exposes in the most important galleries in Florence, introduced by the poet and friend Alfonso Gatto. During the '80 he obtains the first official awards with the participation at the Biennal exhibition in Venice in 1982 and at the XI Quadriennial in Rome in the 1985.
His works, that are the fantastic and fascinating diary of the stories of our time, are expressed through a notable figurative precision, tied up to the observation of the nature, in the evolutions of the seasons, in the colors of the sky, in the colors of the leaves, in the gestures of the people.
The works of Alinari can be appreciated and shared or they can upset the observer, but certainly they don't leave him indifferent.