Lives and works in Milan, Italy
In his artistic research, Francesco Vullo uses and reinterprets common objects to tell the different aspects of the human being and modern society. Fascinated by the symbolic power that these can assume, the artist investigates their ability to awaken feelings and transform scenarios while transmitting memories.
The research of materials plays a primary role in the artist's work, especially in his sculptural practice, which specifically stands out for his variety in form and techniques: ordinary items, natural elements, and waste materials become catalysts for his explorations.
After the Night
Atto di fede (Tensione)
Bitter, Sweet, Heavy Time
Francesco Ideale Vullo was born in Palermo on April 20th, 1994.
In 2016 he graduated with a bachelor's degree in illustration and animation from the European Institute of Design in Milan. After several years working in the field of editorial illustration, he developed an interest in plastic arts, focusing his attention on sculpture and installation.
Vullo grew up in Sicily, where he lived for almost 20 years, inland on near the eastside of the island: the strong connection with the natural world, surrounded by the land's history and its multiple cultural influences have become a source of inspiration, significantly contributing to distinguish and characterize his style and vision.