Marco Lodola was born in Dorno (Pavia). He attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and Milan, and completed his studies with a thesis on the Fauves, Matisse that will be a reference point for his work, as well as Fortunato
Depero and Fra Angelico
In the early 80s around the Galleria Luciano Inga Pin in Milan, founded by a group of artists of the New Futurist movement, whose critic Renato Barilli was the main theoretical
Since 1983 he has exhibited in major Italian and European cities such as Rome, Milan, Florence, Bologna, Lyon, Vienna, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris and Amsterdam. He has participated in exhibitions and projects for major industries such as Swatch, Coca Cola, Ferrari wines, Titan, Grafoplast, Harley Davidson, Ducati, Riva, Illy (necklace cups copyright), Francis. Francis Dash, Carlsberg, Nonino, Valentino, Coveri, Locksmiths, The Admirable, Shenker, Seat and Laurentana
In 1994 he was invited to exhibit by the Government of the Republic of China on the premises of the archives of the former imperial city of Beijing.
In 1996 he started to work in the United States in Boca Raton, Miami and New York. He participated in the XII Quadrennial in Rome and at the VI Biennial of Sculpture of Montecarlo Several collaborations with contemporary writers such as Aldo Busi, Claudio Apone, Marco Lodoli, Joseph Pulido, Tiziano Scarpa and Giuseppe Cederna, and musicians: 883 Max Pezzali,Timoria,Jovanotti,Andy( Bluvertigo)Syria
In the summer del’98, on behalf of Saatchi & Saatchi, has executed the designs for the posters of Piazza del Popolo in Rome, at the Lyric Opera Tosca by Puccini.