Vittorio Asteriti (Crotone, 1984) lives and works in Rome. He graduated from the Graphic and Advertising Academy of Crotone and later attended the Faculty of Fine Arts, Music, and Performing Arts of the University of Calabria. He took part in several collective exhibitions in Italy as well as abroad, in 2016 he staged a solo show at MACK (Museum of Contemporary Art of Crotone). In 2019, 50 of his artworks became part of the private collection of the Four Seasons Hotel in London.
Manuela Bedeschi lives and works between Verona and Bagnolo di Lonigo (Vicenza). She graduated in Sculpture and Painting at the Fine Art Academy in Verona. She later attended the Conceptual Art course at the Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg – with Roman Opalka and Gunter Ueker – and the Experimental Graphic course at the International School of Graphics of Venice. Bedeschi has been working for a long time in the field of painting and sculpture: she has exhibited in national and international contexts, favouring installations and site specific works.
Tiziano Bellomi (Verona, 1960) lives and works in Verona. He gained his diploma at the International School of Graphics of Venice. He was also awarded a diploma in Painting at the Fine Art Academy in Verona. He uses painting, photography, drawing, video, etching, sculpture, and installations for his art research. He has participated in solo shows, and group shows in Italian and international museums and galleries.
Piero Chiariello (Torre del Greco, 1972) lives and works in Torre del Greco. He studied Architecture at the University of Naples. He uses painting, photography, music, video, sculpture, and installations for his art research. He has exhibited in several Italian cities and took part in international exhibitions.
Marco Ferri was born in Tarquinia in 1968, where he lives and works.
Dino Izzo (Naples, 1948) lives and works in Naples. Fascinated by signs and the materiality of writing, he always pondered over the expressive insufficiency of the word and the wear of image. His artworks come from the interpretation of quickly handwritten signs of graphite and their titles, which form a large literary archive of art. He has been exhibiting in Italy since 1975 and, since 1988, in international contexts such as Copenhagen, Göteborg, Bern, Zurich, Chicago, Tokyo and Los Angeles.