Born in Prato where he lives and works, after graduating from the Art Institute of Pistoia he attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. The pattern of an all-out sign painting supports the works of Massimiliano Turco. The orderly regular signs traced freehand with an ink pen are deposited on paper and unusually on "pages" of white marble. The stretch, always of very short dimensions, does not involve more than a small discharge of energy. The insemination of the surface follows a regular but never perfect trend because in each piece the various seats are perceptible which - seamlessly - have contributed to the filling of a surface which, therefore, appears slightly moved and vibrant. In 2015 he participated in TU35 by the Luigi Pecci Prato Center for Contemporary Art, he participated in numerous collective and personal exhibitions between these two collectives at the Casa Masaccio Museum in San Giovanni Valdarno. It is present in numerous collections.
Rizoma - inchiostro su marmo 100x100cm 2014
2016 - Untitled (Painting as a model) by Saretto Cincinelli and Cristiana Collu Casa Masaccio Center for Contemporary Art SanGiovanni Valdarno Arezzo - Becoming curated by Alessandra Tempesti Die Mauer Gallery - Contemporary Art Prato - Studies curated by SC17 in collaboration with Villa Romana (Florence) Corte Genova Prato - Rizoma splinters compared with Gianfranco Chiavacci 1967 Die Mauer-Arte Gallery Contemporary Prato - Art Palaces curated by Luca Sposato historic center Pistoia 2015 - Sequence for a winter day by Luca Sposato Die Mauer-Arte Gallery Contemporary Prato - Rethinking the medium, the ghost of drawing by Saretto Cincinelli and Cristiana Collu Casa Masaccio Center for Contemporary Art San Giovanni Valdarno Arezzo - Io vedo io with studio MDT and Artforms Corte Genova Prato - TU35 (Real time) by the Luigi Pecci Prato Center for Contemporary Art - Attubo by Lato space Moo Prato exhibition 2014 - Rizoma work in progress Die Mauer Gallery-Contemporary Art Prato.