Antonio Di Tommaso realises his works using marble, stone, bronze, iron, terracotta and ceramics in his atelier in Via de’ Pepi in the historic centre of Florence. From 1992 to 2012, Di Tommaso taught at the Accademia di Belle Arti and is currently President of Sculpture at the AccademiadelleArti del Disegno. Di Tommaso’s works are held in numerous private and public collections and also occupy urban spaces in Italian and many overseas cities. Di Tommaso hasenvisioned and realised fountains made of steel, glass and marble for town squares and gardens across Italy. His works have been exhibited throughout Europe, the U.S.A, Japan and in China.