Paolo Ventura has been called one of the most interesting storytellers of today’s art scene. Utilizing photography to carefully construct his narratives; his hyper-realistic installations depict a series of alternative universes, deeply rooted on his grandmother’s stories during the Second World War.

Ventura’s work has been exhibited worldwide, including the Venice Biennial, and is part of major private and public collections like the Museum of Fine art in Boston, The Library of Congress and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome.

Paolo Ventura is originary from Milan, Italy, where he is still works and lives.

Armani | Silos Foundation - "Imaginary Stories" exhibition
"A Regiment Goes Underground"
"A Regiment Goes Underground"
"A Regiment Goes Underground"
"Funeral of the Anarchist"
"Funeral of the Anarchist"
"Funeral of the Anarchist"
"Funeral of the Anarchist"
Poster "Roma Polaroid"
"The Infinite City"
"The Infinite City"
Poster "The Infinite City"
"Short Stories"
"The Napoleonic Soldier"
"The Napoleonic Soldier"
Poster "Funeral of the Anarchist"
Poster "Funeral of the Anarchist"
"Winter Stories"
"Winter Stories"
"Winter Stories"
"Winter Stories"
Poster "Lo Zuavo Scomparso"
"Winter Stories"
"Behind the Walls"
"Behind the Walls"
"Behind the Walls"
"Behind the Walls"
"Behind the Walls"
"Behind the Walls"
"Automaton"
"Behind the Walls"
"Lo Zuavo Scomparso"
"Behind the Walls"
"Behind the Walls"
"Automaton"
"Automaton"
"Automaton"
"Automaton"
"Automaton"
"Automaton"