4Between desire and rejection, profane and sacred, Leo Luccioni develops a body of work where the material world is disrupted. His art is polysemic and allegorical, encouraging critical thinking, inviting reinvention, and providing surprises. With a counter-poetry that is both popular and existential, he questions the absurdity of mass production and the illusion of a promoted material ecstasy. His installations oscillate between seemingly benign entertainment and a latent seriousness that can resurface at any moment.
Leo Luccioni’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions, including ones in 2020 at Everyday Gallery in Antwerp, in 2021 at NADA New York and Stems Gallery in Brussels, in 2022 at Palazzo Monti in Brescia, and at La Chapelle des Dames Blanches in La Rochelle. Currently, he is preparing two solo exhibitions at Galerie Romero Paprocki in Paris and Stems Gallery in 2024.
He has participated in exhibitions at Garage Rotterdam, Fondation Boghossian, Studio-Orta, New Space, Cassina Project, and various art fairs in Paris, Milan, Miami, Hong Kong, and Dubai. In 2021, he was awarded the Young Belgian Artist Prize for sculpture and installation.
As part of the exhibition “Specters of the Future,” Leo presents “Egregorien Song.” An album consisting of eight original compositions created in collaboration with composer Line Luccioni. The album is presented in the form of eight karaoke videos using the original typography “Égrégorien font,” specially designed by Laurent Muller.