Michele Guido (Aradeo, Le - 1976); lives and works in Milan.
In 1997 he moved to Milan to study at the AABB of Brera, he graduated in 2002 and the following year he attended a master's degree in Landscape Design; at the same time, in 1999 he was selected for a residency/study at the T.A.M. Centre directed by Eliseo Mattiacci. From 2001 to 2007, he has a studio at the Casa degli Artisti in Milan, where he organizes with J. de Sanna and H. Nagasawa: "Discussione Aperta: il Concetto di MA", which in the Eastern world indicates a passage, an interval of space-time. These elements have a decisive influence on the genesis of his work; hence the section of the plant elements, the stratification of the drawing in order to obtain the modular element that belongs to the genetic system of plants.
The multidisciplinary investigations are developed with more complex projects called "garden projects" based on the formal analogies between the plant world and scientific research, the geographical origin of plants and the relationship with the culture of those places, biodiversity, etc..
His projects have been exhibited in various public and private places: Parco Arte Vivente, Turin for resistance/resilience _2019 |- Palazzo Oneto, Palermo, Manifesta12 collateral with ceiba garden project _2018 |- Palazzo Borromeo, Milan with play in the garden _145*/2018 |- Fondazione Merz, Turin with pulsar__2017 for Meteorite in Giardino 10 |- ZonaMacoSur, Mexico City with ceiba garden project _2016 |- Palazzo Comi, Gagliano del Capo (Le) with stellaria solaris garden project _2016 |- Museo Camusac, Cassino for Rilevamenti #1 _2016 |- Eduardo Secci Gallery for La Forma della Città, Firenze |- ex Officine Lucchesi, Prato for La Torre di Babele _2016 |- FAR, Rimini for Biennale del disegno. Krobilos _2014 |- Museo Carlo Zauli, MIC Faenza with garden project _2014 |- Lia Rumma Gallery, Naples for untitled _2013 |- Plart Foundation, Naples for Botany _2011 |- Accademia di San Luca, Rome for Segnare/Disegnare _2009 |- solo shows in the Z2O Sara Zanin Gallery in Rome with the treasure of atreo garden project _2015 together with Hidetoshi Nagasawa, 02. 02.13 garden project _2013 and z2o garden project _2009. In 2020 she won the Anna Morettini Award, in 2010 the Rotary Brera Christian Marinotti Award, in 2008 the 2nd Prize for Sculpture from the Arnaldo Pomodoro Foundation. Among the residencies: Grand tour en Italie within M12 collateral in 2018, Umana Natura with H. Nagasawa in 2012, Made in Filandia in 2011.

"In recent times his work path has become more precise around the theme of the garden as a moment that combines the natural element with the mental imprint.
Through different media and materials, he creates works in which emerges the relationship between architecture, history and images of nature". (Laura Cherubini)