Francesco Vezzoli

Brescia, 1971

Currently, living and working in Milan, Francesco Vezzoli’s practice can be described as a series of strong allegories about contemporary culture with a rich subtext of elaborate references involving video installations, petit-point embroideries, photography, live performances, media experiments and -most recently- classical sculpture. He has exhibited his works in the most important international venues such as Centre Pompidou (Pari), MoMA PS1, (New York), Tate Modern (London) and Biennales across the world.

Galleria Franco Noero

Exhibited artwork

Francesco Vezzoli
Homage to Cy Twombly: A Roman Head Of A Man Crying “Three Dialogues, Phaedrus”, 2018
Laserprint on canvas, metallic embroidery
60 × 51 cm
Courtesy the artist and Galleria Franco Noero
Photo: Sebastiano Pellion di Persano