Currently based in Mediterranean.

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Nico K. Tucci is an Italian photographer. His personal research encompasses both architecture and design,
his work often focusing on spontaneously shaped objects, be they conceived by Man out of necessity, or
by Mother Nature from mere happenstance. Everyday objects that often play minimal roles in our lives are
the most curious to him, and from these he constructs entire photographic narratives, using them as his key
to interpreting the world around him. His work has seen him collaborate repeatedly with respected design
magazine Domus, in projects that include renowned architects and product designers.
In 2014 he was a collaborating artist of the photographic series The Business of People, a project centred
on Italy’s industrial excellence that was featured at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale.
In 2015 his book LX5 Memories was shortlisted in the photography competition organised by the annual
Athens Photo Festival.

Selected Publications

Domus (IT), Living Corriere della Sera (IT), Case da Abitare (IT), Il sole 24 Ore (IT), D casa di Repubblica (IT), Gisele Magasine (JP), Domani (JP), Io Donna (IT) among others.

Selected Clients

Flos, Satyendra Pakhalè, Spalvieri Del Ciotto, La Triennale di Milano, Francesco Faccin, among others.


Nico K. Tucci captures everyday impulses, interpreting the chaotic dimensions of his world through a satirical lens. His books are electric, quantifying the separation between the positive and the negative. They are emblematic documentations of his world, consisting in saturations, clean incisions and stitches. Nico collects that which refuses to leave its trace into a catalogue of the absurd, presenting it in the shiny and vain packaging of a book.

Barbara Garatti, curator

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