top of page


“Orfeo is born, an artist par excellence who embodies the eternal values of art. A small sculpture that stands erect, proud, with its legs firmly on the ground, motionless and with the lyre in front of its chest, as if it were an armor that protects the vital organs of “feeling”. Orpheus blocking a road, as if it were a protection barrier, because the only way we have to defend ourselves is with beauty and culture.”


Davide Dormino (Udine, June 19, 1973)


He has created works of public art in Italy and abroad, in 2011 he made “Breath”, the Monument to Haiti made a year after the earthquake catastrophe, commissioned by the United Nations Organization (UN). He is currently working on “Something to say?”: A traveling sculpture dedicated to courage and freedom of information, which began its journey from Berlin (Alexanderplatz) on May 1, 2015, later moved to Dresden (Theatrerplatz), Geneva. (Place des Nations) and Paris (Place Georges Pompidou). He works in Rome and teaches sculpture and drawing at RUFA University of Fine Arts in Rome.

bottom of page