Luca Bidoli was born in Gorizia in 1967. He lives and works in San Donà di Piave, Venice. He began his creative career as a free-lance graphic designer, working on graphics and colour schemes for Piaggio, Gilera and Bimota, eventually creating the iconic world championship bike for Aprilia that was to become the company’s symbol through to the present day. His various clients also include Benetton and Barilla. He began painting professionally in 2006. Among the main galleries that has treated his work there are: Galleria L’Occhio in Venice; Yvonne Artecontemporanea in Vicenza; Contemporanea in Rome; Galleria Delle Battaglie in Brescia; Flatfile Gallery in Chicago. His research has been also presented at Castello di Rivara Centre for Contemporary Art in Turin; Fondazione Villa Benzi Zecchini in Treviso; Brolo Museum in Treviso; Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation in Venice; Palazzo Fogazzaro in Schio; Museum of the City in Bassano del Grappa.