Luca Bosani’s work questions and explores masculinity and identity in relation to stereotypical behaviour, power dynamics, violence and seduction. Introducing a new visual and emotional vocabulary he promotes personal and collective transformation through performance and live art, combining painting and fashion design in search of unexplored territories that subvert gender stereotypes and create divergent identity connotations: violent and tender, hostile and seductive; physical tension and hard feelings are contrasted with radiant colours, absurdity and humour.
Luca (b. Italy) lives and works in London. He graduated with an MA in Performance Art from Royal College of Art in 2017, having previously received his Higher National Certificate in Fine Art from Kensington and Chelsea College (2015). Recent exhibitions and projects include: Too Early to Love You, Too Late To Kiss You , Late at Tate (Performance) at Tate Britain (London, 2019), Knaves of Radiance (Solo Exhibition) at Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall (London, 2019), STRIP (Performance) at Lewisham Arthouse (London, 2020) Knaves of Radiance - Bolan Edition (Performance) at Nine Elms Pavilion (London, 2018).