Loris Cecchini was born in Milan in 1969. He attended the Institute of Art in Siena and the Academy of Art, first in Florence and then in Milan (Brera). His photographic survay devolopes the theme of alienation, incompatibility, sense-nonsense, variety and complexity. Usually the scenery is always a changing background, a moving surface, a place where every connection is possibile. His first solo exhibition was held in 1996, and since then he exhibited in galleries, museums worldwide and his installation were included in the Venice Biennale 3 times. He has been represented by Photology since 2004 with solo shows in 2005 Loris Cecchini – Spiece’s powders and another spaces and in 2009 Loris Cecchini – Sliding constructions and drifting thoughts. In 2007 his works were included in Bonito Oliva group exhibition Italian Photoartists, touring to Paris and Bologna. His most important public retrospectives were at the Pecci Museum in Prato in 2009 and at Palazzo Ducale in Genova in 2011; the show, entirely produced by Photology, featured a new artists book, Loris Cecchini, in a pocket size edition. His most comprehensive and complete monograph is Loris Cecchini - Monologue Patterns published by Photology in 2006. Loris Cecchini lives and works between Tuscany, Milan and Berlin.