Bruno Venier was born in 1914 in Italy, but then settled in Argentina and adopted that citizenship.
He studied at the National School of Fine Arts, and in 1953 he entered the workshop of Lino Spilimbergo.
In 1950 he is traveling to Europe and exhibiting in Paris.
He also developed a great activity as a professor in the National Schools of Fine Arts, Prilidiano Pueyrredón and Manuel Belgrano, as at the University of La Plata.
He made 660 individual exhibits in the main museums and halls of Argentina and Europe, Asia, and America.
Received more than 24 awards and distinctions including the Grand Prix of Honor of Mar del Plata and Grand Prix of Honor of the National Hall.
Among the many museums that own his works are the Modern Art of the City of Buenos Aires, Genaro Pérez de Córdoba, Religioso Arte de Córdoba, Bellas Artes de Tucumán, Tandil and Tres Arroyos, the Engraving of the City of Buenos Aires , of Naval Art, of the Republic of Paraguay, Republic of Venezuela, National Museum of Atomic Energy and of the Ralli Foundation, among others.
Venier died in Buenos Aires, 1996.