Stefano Baroni 


Stefano Baroni was born in Viareggio.
For many years he photographed the world of Italian culture, collaborating with various publishers, including Einaudi, Rizzoli, Mondadori, Skira and The New York Times.

Since 2007, he began a personal search that, starting from photography as a reproduction of reality, arrives at a digital abstraction through manual manipulations.

Recent exhibitions include participation in 2011 at the 54th Venice Biennale,
curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, with Animula that in 2012 he exhibited together with Fast generation in a solo show at Paola Raffo Contemporary Art Gallery in Pietrasanta; In 2013 he was at the Blue Corner Gallery in Carrara with Digital mutations and for the first time in Rome at the Fondaco Gallery with Animula.

In 2015, he had another solo show Gan eden at Paola Raffo Contemporary Art Gallery in Pietrasanta, followed by an exhibition at Cartasia Lucca Ducal Palace as part of the International Paper Biennial in 2016, with Ruber and Icarus. In the same year he is at the group show Zeelong Space, at the Vishal Grote Markt Gallery in Haarlem, Holland, again with Icarus which the following year is on exhibition in Florence, at The Etra Studio Tommasi; In 2018 he had a solo show Portraits_Il cinema di Stefano Baroni at Babette’s restaurant in Via Margutta in Rome; In 2022 he exhibited his latest series – FEB_Flowers Ephemeral Beauty – in Pietrasanta, at the Wendy Ramsey Gallery and then again at Babette’s in Rome.

The following people have all written about his work: Giosetta Fioroni, Cesare
Garboli, Enrico Mattei, Diego Mormorio, Francesco Poli, Eileen Romano and Massimo Vitali.

Artist run in sharing with the architect Francesca Romana Marino, Rome.


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