Alessandro Ciancio

He graduated in design from ISIA in Rome and in advertising graphic from the School of Ornamental Arts of Rome, after which he worked for eight years in the architecture firm of Michele De Lucchi, where he completed his training in the exhibit design sector. He collaborated in various exhibition projects at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome (Burri and the Masters of Matter, Dürer and Italy, Filippino Lippi and Sandro Botticelli in Quattrocento Florence, Tintoretto) and in the arrangement of museums and exhibition venues, such as the Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome), Palazzo Barberini (Rome), Roberto Capucci Foundation (Florence) and Gallerie d’Italia (Milan).
He collaborated in designing the Italian pavilion at the Expo 2008 Zaragoza, and oversaw the layout of the Central Archaeological Area of Rome (Colosseum, Palatine and Roman Forum).
Since 2013, he works on a freelance basis and designs trade show stands and sets, as well as exhibition and museum spaces, such as the series of contemporary art exhibitions “The Making Of” or the arrangement and set-up of the “Interpretation Centre of Erbil Citadel” (Iraq) on behalf of UNESCO.