Giuseppe Uncini was born in Fabriano in 1929. After his beginnings in his hometown in 1953, on the exhortation of his countryman Edgardo Mannucci, he moved to Rome, guest of his studio, where he met some figures of Italian and international artists in the capital. In 1955 he took part in the 7th Rome Quadrennial in the Exhibition Palace and, two years later, he exhibited for the first time in Germany at the collective exhibition “Abstrakte italianische Kunst”. The first major solo exhibition is in 1961 at the Galleria l’Atico in Rome. In 1963 the foundation of Gruppo Uno was officially established with Biggi, Carrino, Frascà, Pace and Santoro. Gruppo Uno, dissolved in 1967, contrasted the idea of an art linked to the theory of perception with the search for the Informal, suggesting the different function of the Artist in society.