Lorenzo Modica, Untitled (Belgrado series), 2015-2016, oil, acrylic, spray, collage on board, 111,3x135,7 cm
Lorenzo Modica, Untitled (Belgrado series) , 2014, oil, acrylic, digital print on canvas, 100x100 cm
Lorenzo Modica, Untitled (Belgrado series) Diptych, 2016, oil, acrylic, digital print on canvas, 200x150 cm
Lorenzo Modica was born in Rome in 1988, where he lives and works. He graduated at Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome, where he has been tutor of teaching since 2016.
Among the group shows there are: Myths. Students / Artists / Teachers. A process of exchange, held in 2015 at the Pastificio Cerere Foundation in Rome and Emergency Exit, at the MACRO museum of the same city.
In the same year he held his first solo exhibition, 13 Days at the INEX Gallery in Belgrade and the following year in Rome he inaugurated his second solo show, Il Cielo è di un azzurro cielo intenso at the Galleria Arte e Pensieri, a reflection on space physical perceived in relation to the sound and the value of the spectator's gaze.
In 2016 he participated in the workshop held by Alfredo Pirri, in 2018 he took part in the collective NOW AND FORWARD Emerging artist in Rome at the Temple University in Rome.
His works range from painting to installation and investigate themes like the image, the language, the chance and the relationship with architectural space.
Il cielo è di un azzurro cielo intenso, Galleria Arte e Pensieri, Rome
13 days, INEX Gallery, Belgrade
NOW AND FORWARD. Emerging artist in Rome, curated by Tiziana Musi and Shara Wasserman, Gallery of Art Temple University, Rome
Restituzione della Residenza/Workshop di A>ReTE, Workshop hosted by Alfredo Pirri, group project achieved, Donnini, Florence
Restituzione del Workshop di A>ReTE, Workshop hosted by Fabrizio Corneli, group show, Il Ponte, Florence
Uscita di Emergenza, curated by the group WHART, MACRO, Rome
3+2, curated by Donatella Landi, Interno 14, Rome
Biennale di Penne, curated by Antonio Zimarino, Penne, Pescara
Myths. Students/Artists/Teachers. A process of exchange, curated by Maria Rosa Sossai and Miroslaw Balka, Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Rome