Jago Jacopo Cardillo is an Italian-born artist known for his abstract and figurative sculptures, installations, and mixed media works. He was born in 1987 in Italy and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Cardillo’s work is characterized by its use of contrasting materials, textures, and colors, which he uses to explore themes of identity, memory, and transformation. He often incorporates found objects into his works, creating assemblages that are both visually striking and conceptually rich. Some of his notable works include the sculpture “Accumulation” at the Museo di Palazzo Poggi in Bologna, and the installation “Eve” at the Museo Civico di Foggia in Italy. Cardillo has exhibited his work in galleries and museums throughout Europe and the United States.