Marco Lodola, artist among the founders of the New Futurism movement, is recognized all over the world for its bright colors and clear shapes, in a style always full of positivity and optimism. His artworks are made with different techniques, from canvas to light sculpture and Pop subjects, often related to the world of mass media and music:
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Marco Lodola was born in 1955 in Pavia. He attended the Fine Arts Academy of Florence and Milan. His career started at the beginnings of the 80s, close to the New Futurism trend, a movement created by Renato Barilli, and then he began to expose in all the world (Italy, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, New York). He has collaborated with important musicians such as Max Pezzali and Jovanotti and he made scenic designs for cinema, television and theatre.
Marco Lodola is internationally famous, very appreciated for his unique Pop style that combines art, music, cinema and design. His artworks, in particular his luminous sculptures made with perspex and neon, are characterised by vivid colours and well known subjects, such as Pin Ups, Scooters, cars, sport, and famous people.