Tell Me More
Leonardo Scotti
“Tell me more” is a celebration of the creative talents that cohabit contemporaneity, in its various declinations and nuances of interest, scope, and ambition. The project has been commissioned by Milano Art Guide in 2020 and is curated by Vanessa Ignoti. The interview takes the form of a questionnaire, the same for everyone, with questions focused on the personal and professional sphere.

What is the first thought that comes to your mind when you hear the word “art”?
A little fluffy cloud.

Where do you go to look for art in Milan?
Hangar Bicocca is the place where I’ve seen the best exhibition in Milan. Generally I go where there is something interesting.

What is your worst habit?
I judge too much.

How do you get your news?
From Internet and the newspaper. Internazionale is a great source.

What is the strangest object in your office/studio?
A small moldy pumpkin.

What’s invisible but you wish people could see?
Our data profiling.

In 50 years, what will people be nostalgic for?
iPhones.

If YOU were a work of art, what kind of artwork would you be and why?
A very incomprehensible installation.

If you were arrested with no explanation, what would your friends and family assume you had done?
Graffiti.

Who are the five guests of you dream dinner?
Jeffrey Lebowski, Edward Bunker, Andrej Tarkowskij, Joe Cassano and my friend Niccolò who died 3 years ago.

A biopic of your life is in the making. Who is playing you?
Maybe Jim Carrey.

Leonardo Scotti
After graduating in photography at CFP Bauer in Milan, Leonardo began to work as photographer assistant and in a short time he started his own career as a photographer, collaborating with several Italian and international magazines, brands and advertising agencies, he works mainly in film and is recently specializing in fashion photography. His shoots are mainly outdoor and characterized by strong and scenographic ideas and locations.