Alessandro Lombardo, aka Zenok, was born in Campi Salentina in the province of Lecce in 1978. The son of master glassmakers, from an early age he was fascinated by the transformation of materials into art objects.
In 2009 he moved to Milan where he still lives and works today. His self-taught artistic career began in Salento, over twenty years ago, as a writer. In the 90s graffiti art came from the United States and Alessandro Zenok established himself as an exponent of Areosol-art in Italy. Her graffiti and "Brigitte", a fictional female character portrayed on canvas, participate in numerous Urban Art events and painting exhibitions in Italy and abroad.
From paper to the wall, from the wall to the canvas and from the canvas to the lens. This is how his artistic career evolved until he imprinted himself in photography, to which he has dedicated himself since 2015.
He defines himself Geometry Maniac, attracted by the infinite geometries present in the space we live in and first of all he specializes in architectural photography, confirming his preference for the urban scenario. Gradually he welcomes people into his photographic composition, which he feels ripe to portray the other, the lines of the human body and the essence of moments of everyday life. His research - focused in particular on landscape, urban and boudoir photography - is characterized by constant observation that aspires to see something more than previously seen and go beyond what appears to be shown.