Felice Levini was born in Rome in 1956, where he currently lives and works. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. Levini has subjected his works to a process of decomposition, creating decorative two-dimensional images that enhance the idea of a spotted “wall”. These works were followed by more compact and three-dimensional works dominated by a solid and geometric structure that also led to linear architecture. His works oscillates between the abstract and the figurative. In 2013 he exhibited at the GNAM National Gallery of Modern Art.