He belongs to the fourth generation of Italian artists. His great-grandfather, Dr. Vito Mameli, was appointed head of Italian restorers in 1927. His grandfather, Mr. Lamberto Giovagnoli, was a artist, artistic director and set designer. His mother, Fiorella Giovagnoli, was an artist and restauratrice at Da Fiorella in the late 80s. Her father, Giuseppe Baccaro, was a gallery owner, art dealer and auctioneer in the 1960s to 2010. His stepparents were Hector Babenco, film director, and Mario Cravo Neto, artist and photographer. It was born and grew up among museums, galleries, exhibitions and artists. Today, it has more than 23 individual exhibitions out of a total of 52 exhibitions in its artistic history. He worked in the photography studios of advertising agencies DPZ and Almap BBDO and with important photographers such as Mario Cravo Neto, Silvio Pinhatti, among others, he produced art books, large and important art exhibitions and cultural events.
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