Giuseppe Stampone lives and works between Rome and New York. In his works he has combined the use of new media with artistic-didactic projects addressed to social and environmental issues. He launched two global artworks with the title "Global Education" and "Saluti da L'Aquila." He collaborates with the IULM in Milan, University of Teramo, University of Federico II Naples and McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology of Toronto. Selected solo and group exhibitions include, among others, Toward which Planet? An italian mood, curated by Raffaele Gavarro, Canal|05 Art Gallery, Brussels; Cinque Mostre 2014 - Time & Game, curated by Christian Caliandro, American Academy in Rome (2014); Archeologia Contemporanea, curated by Stefano Raimondi, Museo Archeologico, Ascoli Piceno (2013); Global Education curated by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Prometeo Gallery by Ida Pisani (2012); Art Basel Miami, Special Project (Art Nova) "Greetings from New Orleans"; Privates Collections, curated by Umberto Palestini, Museum and lab of contemporary art L'ARCA, Teramo (2011). Moreover, his work has been featured in Art Forum, Flash Art, Arte e Critica, Tema Celeste, Il Sole 24 ore, La Repubblica, La Stampa, Il Corriere della Sera, Domus, Il Giornale dell'Arte,among others.