Daniele Martignoni was born in Carpi, Italy in 1978. 
From 2001 to 2005 he attended Maestro Giuliano Ziveri‘s course in visual arts in Parma. Back then he started to combine artistic research and social studies, as he also studied political science at the university of Parma from which he graduated in 2005. In 2006 he moved to Paris to dedicate himself entirely to art where the figurative representation of the human being through the technique of drawing and oil becomes his artistic mark. Between 2010 and 2011, he lives in Berlin where he works on new artistic media. During this time he has personal exhibitions and participates in competitions, receiving consents both in Italy and in France. In 2013 he starts to explore digital techniques and links his artistic approach to anthropological research. 
Since 2015 he's co-founded and part of Anthroposs cultural movement. He has showcased his laters works in solo and collective exhibitions in Italy, notably in Florence and Milan, as well as in France. Some of his works are now part of public collections in Italy and his complete bibliography is archived in the national library Panizzi of Reggio Emilia (Italy). The art-curator Francesca Pirillo actually takes care of his artistic projects. 

Permanenent Collections

2012 Fondation BERTAZZONI Suzzara (MN), Italie
2018 City of Reggiolo (RE), Italie


2016 Arcadis - Realisation Project 1 - 2
2015 Guappecarto' - Realisation poster Luna di giorno 
2013 L’Occitan en Provence – Realisation painting Crème Amande – (Zurich CH)


Digital Interferences - Interview with Daniele Martignoni by Flavia Rovetta - Paris (FR), 11/2017;
Biennale premio Artemisia 2012 -
Editions Artemisia, Falconara Marittima (IT) 2012;
Arte in Arti e Mestieri 2011 - Editions Fondation Bertazzoni, Suzzara (IT) 2011;
Daniele Martignoni “Catalogo opere” - E.Lui Editions, Reggiolo (IT), 2011;

Arte in Arti e Mestieri 2010 - Editions Fondation Bertazzoni, Suzzara (IT), 2010.