Milan, 1987. Lives and works in New York.
After graduating from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan, in 2011 he moved to New York. He studied photography at the Bard College, and began to implement his research through artistic and curatorial projects such as Each Evening We See the Sunset, displayed in Milan at the Spazio Morris in 2013, and Collected Goods in New York (2014). In 2015 he was selected for a residency at Baxter St – The Camera Club of New York, and following this experience, he progressively began to move away from photography and to draw closer to other artistic languages including installation, sculpture and embroidery. In 2016 he began a series of textile works created using the covers handed out on flights by international airlines, which the artist then found and purchased online. The series is a sort of intimate meditation on the themes of detachment and belonging to a certain place and a certain culture. His work has recently been displayed in both public and private spaces including the ALAC (Los Angeles, 2020), Marinaro (New York, 2020), NADA (Miami, 2019), XX Premio Cairo (Milan, 2019), Upstairs Art Fair (New York, 2019), Assembly Room (New York, 2019), The Cabin (Los Angeles, 2018), Jerome L. Green Science Center (New York, 2018), Galerie Derouillon (Paris, 2018), Newburgh Community Land Bank (New York, 2018), Suprainfinit Gallery (Bucharest, 2018), Spring Break Art Show (New York, 2018), 11 Rivington (New York, 2017), Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery (New York, 2017), Camera Club of New York (New York, 2016), Spazio Morris (Milan, 2013), Artspace (New Haven, 2013) and the International Center of Photography (New York, 2013). It was a finalist at Premio Cairo (Milan, 2019) and he was selected for residencies at La Brea Studio Residency and at The Cabin in Los Angeles (2018).