Luca Marco Andrea Bacci
Since 1982 he has worked in the field of communications, directing and photography.
In 1983 he made the first three-dimensional computer graphics artistic work in Italy, the replication of Leonardo Da
Vinci’s “Last Supper”.
Following this, Eidos was opened in 1983, being the first computer graphics company in Italy for services dedicated
to design, architecture and art . Eidos became a Limited Company (S.p.A.) after 2 years.
He then went on to make a three-dimensional film reproduction of the Rialto Bridge represented in the painting
“Venice of Carpaccio”.
Widely acclaimed were the films produced in ‘84 based on the restructuring of Fiat Lingotto. On this occasion, he
directed the film presentations for the architects Sotsass, Gregotti, Gae Aulenti, Renzo Piano and Shein.
1988-1993 Executive Producer at RBA, known production house of TV commercials, Luca Bacci worked with various
international client. During this time he matured his passion for photography.
1993-1996 Chief TV Department (Milan, Rome, London) for the TBWA advertising agency for which he personally
dealt with clients such as: Gatorade, Findus, Ferrero, Sagit, Carpenè Malvolti, Ikea, Corriere della Sera, etc.
In December 1996, he founded The Producer International (still partner today) becoming market leader in Italy in
the optimization of production quality in the communication field. This living him the opportunity to collaborate with
highly talented photographers such as La Chapelle, Newton, JB Mondino, Ellen Von Unwert, Miles Aldridge , Annie
Leibovitz, Finlay MacKay, Erwin Olaf and Le Goues among others. From this point on, considering photography as
his pure form of artistic expression without ties to any commercial form.
In 2009 he published the photographic book Thay Look.
He then worked on various photographic projects combining classical dance with pop-art culture.
In 2012, he became a partner of LucaBoffi AllRoundDesign, a company dedicated to the creation of pop-art design
In 2013 he began an artistic collaboration with Liudmilla Radchenko, an internationally renouned pop-artist,
combining some of his shots with subsequent pop-art manipulation.