Alessandro Bavari was born in Latina, a coastal town south of Rome, Italy.
Grown up in an italo-french family, he was early attracted by artistic matters and decided to attend art college, where he began making photomontages at the age of 15.
Then, he studied scenography, photography, history of art and various other topics at the Academy of Fine Arts, in Rome, where he developped strong grounding in the techniques of oil, watercolours and engraving, while experimenting at the same time methods mixing tar, glue, industrial paint and exploring photographic printing techniques.
During these years, he took the habit of making numerous photographs everywhere he goes : human and animal matters, objects and architecture, pictures and landscapes, fossils and materials, which join his mental museum.
Since 1993, he adds digital manipulation to his art, developping a personal artistic language using industrial and organic products from nature before incorporating photographic process, then computer digitalization, which leads to "a kind of contamination among the arts dissolving the boundaries which distinguish them".
In addition, Alessandro works as art director and concept artist for films and video games for companies such as 20th Century Fox, Amazon, 101% and others.
He also works actively as freelance in the field of advertising, collaborating with agencies such as BBDO, M&C Saatchi, 1861 United, Pentamark, Leagas Delaney, Saatchi & Saatchi, McCann Erickson, Ogilvy & Mather, Armando Testa, Alpha Omega, Doing, The Name, Humans and others, producing campaigns for companies such as Mercedes, Yamaha, Bmw, Husqvarna, Renault, Wolksvagen, Ferrari, Pirelli, Trelleborg, Samsung, Chrysler, Sky TV, Telecom, Enel, Leroy Merlin and many others.
He currently lives and works in Italy.
L'uomo dal fiore in bocca - The man with the flower in his mouth
Film by One More Picture/Gabriele Lavia Creative Supervisor
Film (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Concept Artist The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape Written by Twentieth Century Fox
Film (Documentary, Animation, Short and Music) Producer In ancient Roman religion, the Ludi Florales was a festival in honor of the goddess Flora, held April 27 during the Republican era. In Latin, the festival was known as the Ludi Florales, the Games (ludi) of Flora. Under the Empire, the games lasted for six days.
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Prix Ars Electronica, Golden Nica, AUSTRIA
Corto Dorico Film Festival, Prize Critics Special Mention, ITALY
Corto Dorico Film Festival, 1° prize, ITALY
Festival Internazionale del Cinema d'Arte, 1° Prize Art Lab, ITALY
Cinemavvenire Video Festival, Best Direction Prize, ITALY
Stortford Film Festival, Best Experimental Film, UK
Skepto International Film Festival, Special Prize IED, ITALY
Photographic Prize Tau Visual - 2009", 1° prize, art section, ITALY
Art Director Club Awards, Merit awards at Print Advertising section, USA
One Show Awards, Merit awards at Print section, USA
Clio Awards, Bronze Prize at Print section, USA
London International Awards, finalist at Print category, London, UK
ADCI Awards, Gold Prize at Illustration section, Silver Prize at Print section, ITALY
Fear No Film Short Film & Video, Best animation, USA
International Digital Art Award, Major Award Winner, AUSTRALIA
3D Festival Awards, international competition, Digital Hall of Fame Award - COPENHAGEN
The Power of Design, European Adobe Competition, 1° prize Photo-realistic images, London, UK
Academy of Fine Arts in Rome