Agostino Iacurci (1986) is an Italian artist based in Berlin.
His practice embraces a wide range of techniques and materials, including painting, mural, sculpture, drawing and engraving. The works of Agostino Iacurci are characterised by synthetic shapes and bright colours, as the artist uses a simple language to guide different layers of interpretation.
His works have been presented in numerous exhibitions, festivals and projects in Europe, the United States, Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Australia, Korea, Japan and Taiwan. The most recent exhibitions include the 2017 UrbanArt Biennale, Völkinger Hütte, European Centre for Art and Industrial Culture, Germany; Cross the streets, Macro Museum Rome, 2017; FADA, House of Madness, The Watermill Center, New York, 2016; 16thPremio Cairo, Palazzo della Permanente, Milan, 2016; Source Codes, Palazzo Platamone, Catania, 2015; From Street to Art, Italian Cultural Institute of New York, NY, 2014; Artmosphere, UrbanArt Biennale, Artplay, Moscow.
His works have become monuments for various public and private institutions such as Yakutsk Biennale, Yakutia, 2017; BBDO headquarters, Southbank, London, 2017; Distrito Tec University, Monterrey, 2016; Govind Puri Metro Station, New Delhi, 2016; Mario Penna Institute, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; Puerto Rico’s Stadium, Puerto Rico, 2015; “Le Tour 13”, Paris 2014; Besançon University Campus, Besançon, 2013; “Fubon Art Foundation”, Taipei, 2012; Saba School in Western Saharawi, 2011.