Filip Moroder Doss

Filip Moroder Doss began his training at the age of 14 in the studio of his father, the academic sculptor Enrico Moroder Doss, while attending the vocational school for sculpture in Ortisei. He attends various continuing education courses, as well as training courses in Italy and abroad, in which he shows his creativity and his excellent artistic quality.

In 1987 he founded his own company and in 1990 he opened his own workshop with his father. A successful cooperation follows with the most important museums of the Ladin cultural area, within the framework of the mythology and legends of the Dolomites.

A long-standing specialization in the field of sacred art influences his artistic creativity and thus gives his works a personal style, which is additionally underlined by the variety of materials used.

Filip Moroder has held the office of President of the Unika artists' association for several years. In 2013 Filip Moroder Doss received an invitation to represent Italy in woodcarving during the first WWD – World Wood Day in Tanzania. He takes part in numerous exhibitions at home and abroad.

As a winner of numerous national and international competitions, Filip Moroder Doss is widely known for his works in sacred and profane form.

In 2016 Filip Moroder Doss won the world tender for the realization of the new figure of Christ at the Santuario de Nostra Senhora de Fatima on the occasion of the centenary of the Marian apparitions in this place of pilgrimage. 1916/17 – 2016/17 From him is the reliquary for the canonization of Mother Teresa of Calcutta in 2016. In 2018 he received the “Premio Nadal Furlan” award for his sacred art.

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