Sergio Breviario was born in Bergamo in 1974. In 1998 he graduated from the Accademia di Brera in Milan, Diego Esposito’s painting course. In 1998, through the Erasmus Project, he studied at Kingston University in London. In 2002 he participated in the Corso superiore di arti visive at the Ratti Foundation in Como, Visiting Professor Giulio Paolini. In 2006 he attended the seminar Everywhere we go, held by Adrian Paci, where the comparison with other European artists turned out to be fundamental. His research is based on the control of the display systems that have brought about artistic processes themselves. Oscillating between the modernist utopia and the post-modern consciousness, he stages exhibition mechanisms without absolute certainties, experimenting with a participatory approach. Since 2003 he has exhibited in Italy and abroad, including: 2009, Do not look back now / Do not look now!, Ca ‘Pesaro International Gallery of modern art, Venice; 2011, Freewheel, curated by Milovan Farronato and Chiara Agnello, MAXXI Museum of XXI century Arts, Rome; 2012, Prototype of machine for the conquest of the world, by Ludovico Pratesi, Pescheria Foundation of Visual Arts Center, Pesaro; 2013, Arimortis, curated by Milovan Farronato and Roberto Cuoghi, Museo del 900, Milan; 2014, Drawing for Lightning, Kunstraum t27, Berlin; 2016 Vitello tonnato, Plutschow Gallery, Zurich; Walkabout 01 2018, Chocolate Factory Foundation for arts, Blenio (Switzerland).
He partecipated in the first edition of Corpi sul palco in 2019.