Alessandro Pavone was born in 1973. He studied photography and graphic design.Than he graduated in set design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.
As a designer, he has worked for both the Venice Biennale: Film festival and for the visual arts. In 2001 and 2003, he curated the construction of the space of the pavilion of Luxembourg awarded the Golden Lion for best pavilion.
He worked at the Watermill Center on Long Island, New York. Seeing Robert Wilson, has followed projects light design and set design for the most important theaters worldwide. It has experience in the design and 3D digital modeling. He has working for the Opera House and the Lincoln Center in New York. He collaborated in the creation of events for the Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (MUDAM Luxembourg) as assistant director Marie-Claude Beaud. He made brief experience as a set designer for independent film.
Pavone - in addition to continuing his artistic research - in the last fifteen years he attended international sculpture symposiums. His works in wood, marble and granite are part of public and private collections in Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Portugal, Germany, Bulgaria, Poland, Croatia, Turkey and Norway.