Marco’s practice spans several mediums such as painting, filmmaking, and poetry. His work often follows a non linear narrative as it explores spaces between the everyday and the mythical. It recalls personal experiences whilst reflecting on the human experience within and beyond the natural world, inviting viewers to immerse in a multilayered world of dreams and memories.

Born in New York City, raised in France, Marco is a multidisciplinary artist who studied cinema in Regents University in London, and acting at the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute in New York City. Although originally trained in filmmaking and theater, Marco has been experimenting in diverse medium from a young age. He has exhibited his paintings in local galleries in Downtown New York and had his first solo exhibition in September 2019 at 171 Elizabeth Street. The show incorporated large oil paintings, poetry as well as an immersive performance together with artist and actor Ramiro Batista.

Group exhibition Knapp Gallery, Regents Park, London
June-July 2015
Group Exhibition The Greenpoint Gallery, New York
October 2016
Conception Contemporary Art Show, New York
March 2017
Art on A Gallery, The Wendingo annual Show, New York
June 2017
Solo Exhibition, I Always Thought I Could Remember That Day, 171 Elizabeth Street, New York
September 2019
Solo Exhibition, Apollo’s Birds, 379 Broome Street,
December 2021

Solo Exhibition, PAINTINGS, 379 Broome Street,
November 2022

Selected other works:

I Always Thought I could Remembered That Day, Poetry book, printed by Ki Smith Gallery and sold at The Face Magazine Apartment (2019)

RED, performance co- written and performed with artist Ramiro Batista in Paris (2019) and N.Y.C (2019)

Yesterday Was Better (2019), short film previewed at the 2020 New Filmmaker Festival NYC

Remembering Pollock (2020), short documentary following the making of an homage painting created within the actual’s former west village loft