Andrea Martinucci (b. 1991, IT) is a visual artist working mostly with painting, video and writing. Combining his
strong connection with the pictorial medium he studied Multimedia Design at Accademia delle Arti e
Nuove Tecnologie in Rome.
His works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in spaces such as: Palazzo Reale, Milan; Museum of Contemporary Art of Villa Croce, Genoa; Museum of Art and Archaeology of Maremma, Grosseto; FuturDome, Milan; Tang Contemporary Art, Hong Kong; Institut Français, Milan; Mattatoio, Rome; Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome; ArtBasel, Basel; VUNU Gallery, Kosice; ZETA Contemporary Art Center, Tirana.
In 2020 he is among the winners of Cantica21. Italian Contemporary Art Everywhere (MAECI-DGSP/MiC-DGCC), with Turbomondi (Melodia), a video installation destined for the
Public Collection of Istituto Centrale per la Grafica, Rome. He developed several projects, such as Fenomeno
Pasquarosa, La Fondazione - Nicola Del Roscio Foundation,
Rome; MANIFesta - Iniziative di II,
MACRO Museum, Rome; Spazi Festival, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan; Tech Gleba, Una Vetrina, Rome.
SELECTED *(C) denotes that a catalogue
was published in conjunction
with the exhibition.