Originally from Sicily, and trained as an architect, Ivo Bisignano is an artist with many different souls. Beginning with fashion illustration for brands like Prada, Missoni and Fratelli Rossetti early in his career, he has gone on to make significant contributions in media ranging from sculpture to painting to video and animation. With an often surrealistic atmosphere, Bisignano’s art is also imbued with a strong sense of play and irony, evoking an aesthetic of past and highly detailed worlds. In 2020 Bisignano exhibited sculptural works in the Human Forms exhibition located at the Bet Guvrin caves in Israel. Bisignano’s meeting and subsequent work with renowned chef Yotam Ottolenghi has led to the realization of numerous collaborative projects, including sculptures for Ottolenghi’s London restaurants.

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