Andrea Martinucci (Rome, b. 1991) is a visual artist based between Milan and Rome. His research is dedicated to exploring a wide range of subjects through a multidisciplinary approach, delving into fiction and theory. The artist primarily uses painting but extends his practice also including writing and moving images.

Martinucci views the archive as a flexible material, and sees it as a space where personal traces can expand through narratives told by multiple voices. Often, these records emerge from the digital realm, leading to unforeseen interpretations and layers of meaning. This process encourages introspection into the dynamic nature of memory, identity, and communication within our social and political landscape. Inanimate objects take on the role of protagonists, freeing themselves from their ordinary functions. This metaphorical approach serves as a nonverbal communication method that evolves through visual arrangements, aiming to evoke humor, absurdity, and poetry.

His work has been exhibited in public and private institutions such as Triennale (Milan), IUNO (Rome), MACRO (Rome), Palazzo Reale (Milan), Tang Contemporary Art (Hong Kong), Aldea - Center for Contemporary Art and Technology (Bergen), FuturDome (Milan), Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome), ZETA Contemporary Art Center (Tirana), Mattatoio (Rome), Contemporary Art Museum of Villa Croce (Genoa), Fondazione Pastificio Cerere (Rome). In 2020 he was among the winners of Cantica21. Italian Contemporary Art Everywhere, promoted by Directorate General for Contemporary Creativity by the Italian Ministry of Culture and by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with Turbomondi (Melodia), a video installation destined for the Public Collection of Istituto Centrale per la Grafica, Rome. He took part in several projects, among which: Tonight we are young - New Italian Art, Triennale (Milan); Fenomeno Pasquarosa, La Fondazione - Nicola Del Roscio Foundation (Rome); MANIFesta - Iniziative di II, MACRO (Rome), Rereading the Archive, Fondazione ICA (Milan).