Delfino Sisto Legnani
Milan, 1986. Lives and works in Milan.
Architect from Milan Polytechnic, he became a member of the Association of Italian Journalists and began to work as a photographer for major international newspapers and independent magazines, such as Domus, Abitare, Elle Decor, Vogue Italia, Apartamento, Mousse Magazine, Kaleidoscope, The New York Times, Repubblica and Corriere Della Sera. Alternating between reportage, architectural and still-life photography, his work has been awarded prizes and displayed in museums and institutions such as the Biennale d’architecture et de paysage of Versailles, National New Art Museum in Tokyo, Manifesta 12 in Palermo, Pavillon de l’Arsenal in Parigi, Museo Emozionale of Craco, Kunsthal in Rotterdam, The Design Museum in London, MAXXI di Roma, Galleria dell’Accademia di Architettura of Mendrisio, OAPPC of Como, the V&A in London, La Triennale in Milan as well as in numerous galleries and exhibition spaces such as the Campo Gallery (Rome, 2017), Pomo Gallery (Milan, 2014), Il Crepaccio (Milan, 2014), and the MIA Art Fair (Milan, 2011). In 2012 and 2014, he took part in the 13th and 14th Architecture Biennale of Venice as part of Common Ground and Monditalia, along with Cino Zucchi and Matilde Cassani.