(Milan 1976), is a figurative artist. He started painting after he lost his job as a clerk in a sex shop in 2012.
His aesthetic approach, which refers to Pop, starts with the intent to entertain or make people smile, to explore and examine in depth the problems and events that currently afflict our world that are ecological or social; his irreverent streak became his distinctive style.
Topics dear to him are stolen childhood, antimilitarism, climate change, ecological disasters and the evolution of man, with an interested eye that ranges from our past history to the near future, filtering everything with a good dose of irony and sarcasm. To move it is the need to generate a doubt by showing reality for what it is not: horror through delicacy, denunciation through marketing, existentialism with pop aesthetics. It has been operating since 2014, when it inaugurated its first solo show in Rome. However, in this short period of time, he has already had four solo exhibitions in European art galleries and has exhibited collectively throughout Italy and Europe, including at MACRO, Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome. Among the latest initiatives in which he took part, the staff in Riga, guest of the Italian embassy in Latvia, the collective Animal Farm in Madrid, to subsidize two sanctuaries dedicated to animals saved from zoos and the staff in Moscow with the patronage of the WWF, in which it presented a series of “worlds” of endangered animals.