Daniele Papuli (Maglie, Puglia, Italy, 1971) lives and works in Milan. Papuli graduates in sculpture at Accademia di Brera in 1996, after discovering his passion for paper at a workshop in Berlin at the beginning of the Nineties. Papuli’s research focuses on exploring paper, proceeding with numbered editions, scenography, installations and unique works in dialogue with contemporary art and design. He calls himself a ‘scultographer’ and his work has been presented in scientific publications on paper art and artisanal craftsmanship.
Papuli’s artworks have been exhibited and performed at: Triennale, Milano; MUBA Museo dei Bambini, Milan, Italy; Flux Laboratory, Geneva, Switzerland; Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, Italy; Palazzo Ducale di Martina Franca, Taranto, Italy; Casa Dugnani, Robecco sul Naviglio, Milan, Italy; Castello Aragonese, Ischia, Naples, Italy; Fondazione Fansinaptico, Maglie, Lecce, Italy; Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan, Italy; ART for MOGAO, Dunhuang, China.