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Rino Li Causi, a celebrated artist, was born in the town of Marsala in Sicily, Italy, in 1943. He began his career in art in Rome in 1960, and then traveled to Florence in 1962 to refine his art style. Eventually, in 1969, he made his way to New York City, where he became a successful artist.
Throughout his illustrious career, Causi’s art has been displayed in numerous galleries worldwide. From New York to Rome, France to Tokyo, and Florence, his work has captivated audiences with its vibrant colors and celebration of nature’s beauty. His paintings and prints depict people and objects from the past, reminding us of our journey to the present.
In addition to painting, Causi also writes poetry and creates music. He began writing poetry while on vacation in Favignana. In 2008, he published a book titled “I Sogni Intorno a Noi” (The Dreams Around Us) consisting of his poems. His partner, Jan Horvath, is a singer who has performed some of Causi’s music in concerts. Causi’s music is known for its deep emotional impact on listeners.
In 1999, Rino Li Causi started creating sculptures, which can be found on Favignana Island. These stunning sculptures are inspired by some of his most famous works of art. Then, in 2005, he expanded his creative range by selling handmade cards featuring his art. Today, his card line features 148 unique images, each signed by Causi himself.
Despite his many achievements, Causi remains dedicated to his craft. He continues to produce art from his studio in Greenwich Village, where he currently resides. His contributions to the world of art, music, and poetry have left an indelible mark on those who have experienced his work.

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