Marc Vinciguerra is a Parisian sculptor and philosopher living in America. His works break down the barrier between traditional and contemporary art with a style that is reminiscent of renaissance and baroque sculptors. With the exciting freshness of a twenty-first century philosopher applying himself to the classical arts, Vinciguerra fuses the past and the future in figurative works large and small.
Vinciguerra’s latest monumental sculpture, The Religion of Atheism, was exhibited in Venice, Italy for the 2019 Biennale of Art. His work has shown alongside that of notable artists and architects such as Pritzker Prize winner Richard Meier, Yoko Ono, Marina Abramovic and Purvis Young. His sculptures have been acquired by various public and private collections all over the world, including most recently the Museum of Contemporary Arts of Sicily.
Vinciguerra gives annual lectures on the subject of sculpture to fellow philosophers, writers and artists and is a pioneering theoretician of the philosophy of sacred nihilism. Vinciguerra is represented globally by Georges Bergès Gallery.