Orodè Deoro
Street art

Born in Taranto (1974), Orodè Deoro lives and works in Lecce. Eclectic artist, he deals with mosaic, painting and action painting in multidisciplinary shows. The critic Gian Ruggero Manzoni states that “Orodè stands with a desperately poetic sign, witness of the end of an era”. His characteristic ceramic and stucco mosaics were born in the Vincent City House-Museum, in Guagnano (LE), where between 2000 and 2004 the artist lived, creating twenty medium and large-sized works on the internal and external walls of the structure . 2014 sees him as the protagonist in Milan, with a triptych on display at the Triennale Design Museum and a large ceramic mosaic work on an external wall of the studio house of the architect Fabio Novembre.
In 2015 he won the Golden Plate of the Arteper Prize for the sculpture section.

Previously in 2009 he won the Enzo Fani National Prize (painting section) and the Celeste Vote Online Prize. He collaborates with some international brands, such as the British brand Victoria + Albert for which he creates an artist bathtub. In 2018 he was invited to the Second Symposium of contemporary mosaic, at the Academy of Egypt in Rome, which acquired the mosaic sculpture made during his residence. Since 2019 he is professor of mosaic techniques at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lecce.

His works appear in various catalogs and art magazines, including Montezuma, Fontana, Mirko. The mosaic sculpture from its origins to today (catalog of the group exhibition at the Mar Museum of Ravenna, edited by Alfonso Panzetta and Daniele Torcellini), Silvana Editoriale; Italian design beyond crises. Autarchia. Austerity. Self-production (catalog of the Triennale Design Museum 2014, edited by Beppe Finessi), Corraini Edizioni; Mosaique Magazine January 2015 and July 2015 – n ° 9 and n ° 10 (Article; Cover and article); Art (n ° 505 September 2015, n ° 506 October 2015, n ° 507 November 2015); Catalog of Modern Art. Italian artists from the early twentieth century to today No. 51 (Editorial Giorgio Mondadori, 2015)

Her pictorial performances include: VariAzioni belliche (during the Linea 35 Festival), at the Sala Uno Theater in Rome (2011), with the Impromptu Theater project founded with the Roman poet and actress Alessia D’Errigo and, also in the capital, Burning Burning, at the Teatro Valle Occupato (2012). He also performed, on the occasion of art and music festivals, with musicians of the caliber of Paolo Fresu, Virgil Donati, Paolo Damiani, Nicola Stilo, as well as most of the new Salento music scene.