Cosimo Veneziano (Moncalieri, 1983) lives and works in Turin, where he co-founded the international residency Progetto Diogene in 2007. His practice involves a wide range of research activities and workshops on the interpretation of archives, and focuses on the development of sculpture and drawing in close relation to the places that inspired them.
Solo shows include: Rompi la finestra e ruba i frammenti!, AlbumArte, Rome, 2018; Petrolio, MEF - Museo Ettore Fico, Turin, 2016; Verso occidente l’impero dirige il suo corso, Galleria Alberto Peola, Turin, 2014; Monochrome, Villa Straüli, Winterthur, 2015; Los contrabandistas copiaron una escultura de mucho valor, Lugar a Dudas, Cali (Colombia), 2013; Cattedrale, Careof DOCVA, Milan, 2013; L’epoca delle passioni tristi, Tirana Institute for Contemporary Art, Tirana, 2011.
Besides taking part in many group shows, his production has developed through the creation of works in public space, including the monument to Pinot Gallizio and Constant at Alba (2016), the projects for Nuovi Committenti in Rovigo (2017), and Dencity in Milan (2015). At Locanda La Raia is now exposed Piralide, the emblematic work of BIOMEGA Multiverso, presented by the artist at Tenuta Cucco.