Gennaro De Luca (Cassino, 2001) lives and studies in Rome at the Academy of Fine Arts.
His research investigates the relationships between nature and artifice, finding an overall union between the elements
bringing to light an alchemical procedure that goes from decomposition and purification to
recomposition transposing it into a concept of resurrection of matter. He observes these concepts
through the use of materials such as cements, plasters, and various calcium carbonates, making compositions
chromatic with a strong visual impact.
Participates in the “Contemporary Rome art Vol. 2” award by exhibiting among the winning artists in November 2019
at Palazzo Velli Expo in Rome, awarded best emerging artist. Exhibits in January 2020 at “The room
exhibition” at Bauhaus home gallery in Rome. He exhibits at the first edition of the Salento Biennale
at the Ecomuseo della Pietra Leccese in Cursi (LE) in October 2020. In 2021 he participates in the award
“Martelive” by exhibiting as a finalist in the painting and sculpture sections at Palazzo Doria Pamphilj in San
Martino al Cimino (VT).