Daniele Leonardo is located in Italy, on the northeastern coast, just a few steps from the Adriatic Sea. He engages in introspective and questioning processes interweaving ideas of human philosophy. His work delves into identity by using various art mediums, such as prose and photographs, to sound out media, narratives and their construct, heading to, or having ended up taking apart the disciplines themselves.
His recent work records the history and the reopening of his city after lockdown was lifted and warm weather attracted tourists. Daniele illustrates the emptiness before the start of the season and then the influx of people. His chronicles of tourism engage with history and identity, often interweaving these ideas.