Andrea Starinieri was born in Pescara where he attended the state art high school.
He moved to Florence where he completed the Academy of Fine Arts in the painting school of Prof. G. Giulietti and plays an active part in the Florentine contemporary art scene.
Driven by the research for new challenges, he moved to Spain, first to Madrid then to Granada, where he lives and works as an artist for a few years.
Back in Italy he gets back into the game by working as a “madonnaro” in Rome and Venice, he is invited to participate in various Street Art festivals around the world, he starts painting and exhibiting in art exhibitions, collaborating with galleries.
2002.02 Diploma of Academy of Fine Arts (Academy of Fine Arts of Florence)
1995.07 Diploma of Artistic High School (Liceo Artistico Statale “G. Misticoni” of Pescara)
2016-17-18-19 Participation as an international guest at the “Baltimore Street Art Festival”, Little Italy Baltimore Maryland USA
2016-17 Participation as an international guest at the “Sarasota Street Art Chalk Festival”
2015 Participation at the “Street Art Festival” in Netanya, Israel
2009 Collective exhibition at Ken’s Art Gallery in Florence
2009 Personal exhibition at the F.P. Michetti in Tocco Da Casauria (Pescara)
2006 Exhibition at the “Calle Elvira” gallery Granada, Spain
2006 He exhibits and collaborates with the Gallery Toro C / San Miguel Alta, 15 – Granada (ES)
2006 He exhibits and collaborates with the 777 Gallery in Pescara
2005 Collective exhibition at the Circolo delle Arti in Empoli
2004 Collective exhibition at the Palazzo Fazzari in Catanzaro
2004 Personal exhibition at the ex-church San Carlo Dei Barnabiti in Florence
2003 Solo exhibition of “Giallo Rosso e Blu” painting at Walter Bellini’s Ken’s Art Gallery in Florence
2003 Collective exhibition at the ex-church San Carlo Dei Barnabiti in Florence
2002 Collective exhibition at the Cultural Association Fondo Perduto in Florence
2001 Participation in Extemporanea 2001 at the Ex-Rail Station Leopolda in Florence
2001 Participation in the Ex-Fabula event at the Acciaiuolo Castle in Scandicci (FI)
Since 1999 he has exhibited and collaborated with the Ken’s Art Gallery in Florence