He was born in Benevento, in 1988. After artistic high school, he got a three-year degree in sculpture at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in 2010 and a second level degree in sculpture also in Brera in 2013.
His artistic career evolves, placing attention from time to time on different series of subjects: nature, machines, installations that actively involve the viewer; searching for the ultimate essence of things, the structure deprived of what is just surface and accessory.

Michele D’Agostino in Capri

Those themes were at first inspired by contemporary social reality issues, in particular nature, became a core, in a reflection on Mankind, movement and travel. He took part in group and personal exhibitions around Italy and abroad, in particular in South Korea and Greece. He currently teaches “shapes, techniques and types of materials at the Brera Academy”.

His work “Tracce” (made of cast anticorodal aluminium) was selected by the jury of experts (Giorgio Agnisola, art critic and writer, professor of sacred art at the Pontifical Theological Faculty of Southern Italy and president of the jury; Elena Pontiggia, art critic, professor of Contemporary Art History at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts; Marcello Francolini art critic, independent curator Professor of Contemporary Art History at the Academy of Fine Arts of Reggio Calabria; Vincenzo Lieto, curator and artistic director of the Pinacoteca di Gaeta (LT); the entrepreneur and manager Maria Gabriella Mazzola owner with her family of CO.ME .L., The only company promoter and sponsor of the COMEL award) and is one of the 13 finalist works of the eighth edition of the COMEL “Aluminum Bonds” Award.