Marco Bagnoli, born in Empoli in 1949, is one of the most significant exponents of the artistic trends that established themselves in Italy in the late seventies.
His work is divided into complex installations that involve the environment with the help of multiple means of expression, from drawing to painting, from printing to sculpture.
He has made numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad. Among the main ones in 1986 in Sonsbeek, the following year and in 1992 in Documenta in Kassel. Also in 1992 he exhibited at the Musée Saint Pierre in Lyon, at the Magasin in Grenoble and at the Castello di Rivoli. In 1995 he exhibited with his personal him at the Luigi Pecci Museum in Prato.
To be remembered the altar built between 1994 and 1995 in the church of S. Miniato al Monte in Florence at the behest of the Benedictine Fathers. In 1996 he created an installation for the “Accumulations 2” exhibition conceived by Rudi Fuchs in the Zerynthia headquarters in Paliano.