Otto (Ottorino) D’Ambra, was born in Milan in 1978.
He studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, Italy and He graduated in Set Design in 2007. He worked as a graphic designer, set designer and interior designer. In 2009 I moved to London where he developed an interest for etching. Three years later, he opened his own studio "The White Elephant", a multifunctional space where he could converge different art forms.

His artworks lead the spectator towards a surreal dimension and they are tangible proof of the variety of techniques and artistic skills that this artist masters. His pieces of art are the metaphysical representation of the modern world portraying a reality made of intangible elements. A reality in which each individual will be driven to undertake a journey through the lies of the physical world leading towards the secret meaning of life. Otto’s artworks represent absolute concepts that offer us a timeless vision of the contemporary world.


Exhibition History

2013  Affordable Art Fair – Battersea, London (UK)
2014  Affordable Art Fair – Battersea, London (UK)
2014 Moniker Art Fair – Bricklane, London (UK)
2015 Moniker Art Fair – Bircklane, London (UK)
2015 Collective at Artpistols Gallery – Glasgow (UK)
2015 We Are Animals, Solo Show at Curious Duke Gallery – London (UK)
2016 SetUp Art Fair – Bologna, (IT)
2016 Ecce Animal, Solo Show Fiumano Project Gallery – London (UK)
2016 Animalarium at Hoxton Hotel – Hoxton, London (UK)
2016 Start Fair at Saatchy Gallery with Fiumano Project Gallery – London (UK)
2016 London Art Fair with Fiumano Project Gallery – London (UK)
2016 Ecce Animal, Soloshow at Burning Giraffe - Turin (IT)
2016 Moniker Art Fair – Bricklane, London (UK)
2017 Affordable Art Fair – Milan (IT)
2017 Short Story of a Vegan Tiger, Solo Show at JF Kugel – Brussels (BEL)
2017 Collaboration for Levi’s 50th Anniversary – Trucker Jacket – Regent’s Street, London (UK)
2017 Lost Collection, Solo Show at Art Sablon – Brussels (BEL)
2018 Flip Side, Solo Show  at Burning Giraffe Gallery – Turin (IT)
2019 Summer Exhibition at Royal Academy of London - (UK)