About the Artist

Marco Ceroni ( Forlì, 1987) lives and works in Faenza. His research stems from a fascination with the spaces and imagery that surround him, elements of which he proposes a reinterpretation through the use of multiple techniques and materials, finding his own dimension between the real and the verisimilar. Metropolitan scenarios, genre films and personal backgrounds coexist in the shattered image of a futuristic world. He has exhibited his work in solo and group shows in institutions and galleries including ADI Design Museum (Milan), La Triennale (Milan), Fonderia Artistica Battaglia (Milan), Museo Carlo Zauli (Faenza), Fondazione Serbelloni (Milan), Cellar Contemporary (Trento), Spazio Gamma (Milan), Toast Project Space (Florence), PAV (Turin), AplusA (Venice), Fondazione Francesco Fabbri (Pieve di Soligo), Viafarini (Milan), DOCVA (Milan).

 

Marco Ceroni ( Forlì, 1987) lives and works in Faenza. His research stems from a fascination with the spaces and imagery that surround him, elements of which he proposes a reinterpretation through the use of multiple techniques and materials, finding his own dimension between the real and the verisimilar. Metropolitan scenarios, genre films and personal backgrounds coexist in the shattered image of a futuristic world. He has exhibited his work in solo and group shows in institutions and galleries including ADI Design Museum (Milan), La Triennale (Milan), Fonderia Artistica Battaglia (Milan), Museo Carlo Zauli (Faenza), Fondazione Serbelloni (Milan), Cellar Contemporary (Trento), Spazio Gamma (Milan), Toast Project Space (Florence), PAV (Turin), AplusA (Venice), Fondazione Francesco Fabbri (Pieve di Soligo), Viafarini (Milan), DOCVA (Milan).

 

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    Marco Ceroni
    Installation views, Vroom Vroom, Marco Ceroni, Pietrasanta, 2024, Photo by Nicola Gnesi Studio, Courtesy the Artists and Secci Gallery_3
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