Lorenzo Scotto di Luzio was born in 1972 in Pozzuoli (NA). He currently lives and works between Berlin and Naples.

Scotto di Luzio’s work is eclectic and transversal: it includes photography, video, installation, and drawing. Scotto di Luzio is distinguished by the use of a biting irony that permeates his works, often using his own body and image to reflect on contemporary society and artistic dynamics.

His artistic career began in the late 1990s, and since then he has exhibited his works in numerous solo and group exhibitions both in Italy and abroad. His most significant solo exhibitions include “Cool Memories” at Galleria T293 in Naples in 2001, “Understatement” at Galleria ES in Turin in 2000 and “Cheese” at Magazzino d’Arte Moderna in Rome in 1997.

Scotto di Luzio has participated in major group exhibitions, including “Prototypes” at the Adriano Olivetti Foundation in Rome in 2002 and “Futurama” at the Luigi Pecci Center for Contemporary Art in Prato in 2000. His works are part of public and private collections of international significance, confirming his impact in the contemporary art scene.

Scotto di Luzio’s work is characterized by subtle humor and a critical analysis of social structures and artistic languages, through the use of mechanisms and installations that often challenge conventional expectations and offer an alternative perspective on reality.