Born in Zofingen, Switzerland in 1975. He lives and works between Florence and Buenos Aires.
He graduated at “Marangoni Foundation” photography school in Florence.
Selected solo exhibitions: Sometimes I wish I could swallow up all the existent words, curated by Daria Filardo, Magazzino 1B, Prato, 2011; Lack, one day show based on a site specific installation, curated by Daria Filardo and Elena Magini 2013; Swallow, a cura di Daria Filardo, Zone Art, Firenze, 2013.
Selected collective shows: Back to 04.04.99, curated by Nicoletta Leonardi, Tuscan Photographic Archive, Prato, e Rencontres d’Arles, 2002; Contested Space, curated by Marco Scotini, Spazio Alcatraz, Firenze, 2003; Networking – The cities of the people, curated by Marco Scotini, Ex Macelli, Prato, 2003; Available Space – Desautorazione, Palazzo Santa Margherita, Modena and Kunsthaus Tacheles Cultural Center, Berlin, 2003-2004; Empowerment, curated by Marco Scotini, Villa Croce Museum of Contemporary Art, Genoa, 2004; Rotte metropolitane: The Visible City, curated by Daria Filardo, Ex Carcere le Murate, Firenze, 2004; Empresas Recuperadas, Casa de la Cultura de Buenos Aires and at the Labor Ministry, Buenos Aires, 2005 and 2007; Hermes 1999-2006, Festival de la Luz, Buenos Aires, 2006; Hermes 1999-2007 curated by Marta Casati, Photoshow, Milan, 2007; Seek Refuge, curated by Marta Casati, Venice, 2008; You don’t have to be sure, curated by a.titolo, CESAC Centre for Contemporary Arts, Cuneo, 2010; Producing Censorship – New York, Celeste Prize, curated by Aria Spinelli and Jason Waite, New York, 2011; Arte Laguna Prize, Nappe dell’Arsenale, Venice, 2012; Carta Bianca, curated by Lorenzo Bruni, Daria Filardo, Pietro Gaglianò, Villa Croce Museum of Contemporary Art, Genoa, 2012; Seeds, Biagiotti Progetto Arte, Florence, 2012; Piano con Paesaggio: visione e confronti, a project by Giancarlo Cauteruccio curated by Pietro Gaglianò, Teatro Studio Krypton, Florence, 2012; videoprojection of Hermes 1999-ongoing, curated by Paco Fernandez Onnainty, Buenos Aires, 2012.