Filippo Marzocchi was born in Forli in 1989. He graduated in Fine Arts in Accademia delle Belle Arti di Bologna (Italy). Some of his solo exhibitions have been “No Past No Future” and “Calls” in Galeria Fran Reus (Palma) and “8 Days Backwards” with Mattia Pajè in Major 28 (Spain).
He has participated in group exhibitions in Sale Docs (Venice), PAV Parco d’Arte Vivente (Torino), Instituto Italiano de Cultura de París (France), UCA Carterbury (UK), IMC Blockmall (Turkey), SALT Beyoglu (Turkey) or Galeria Fran Reus (Palma).
In addition, his works were in institutions like MAMbo (Bologna) or Zabludowicz Collection (London), and has also been in international art fairs like Art Verona, curated by Emanuele de Donno (Italy) and Estampa Contemporary Art Fair with Galeria Fran Reus (Madrid).
In 2014, he won the prize Zucchelli by Fondazione Zucchelli (Bologna).
He was an artist in residence in Profesión Artista, curated by Mercedes Busteo in Montevideo (Uruguay), “Highlights” residency programmes in The Blank Contemporary (Bergamo), ManufattuinSitu8 and ManufattuinSitu9 (Foligno), among others.
Currently, he manages the gallery Gelateria Sogni di Ghiaccio in Bologna (Italy), where he has curated numerous exhibitions like “BANAL LOLA PARTY” by Stefano Cagol or “Freefall” by Lisa Dalfino e Sacha Kanah, among others.