Giuseppe Labriola known as Lucio Labriola DDT Art was born in Naples in 1971 where he lives and artistically works nowadays. In 1995 he earned an art applied diploma at the Art Institute Filippo Palizzi in Naples. In 2001 he graduated with a degree in “ Visual arts and disciplines for the exhibition section Decoration” at Fine Arts Academy in Naples. In 2005 he earned the Second Level Specialization in Art and Image at the Faculty of Architecture Luigi Vanvitelli in Aversa. In 2007 he earned the Second Level specialization in “ Visual arts and disciplines for the exhibition section Painting” at Fine Arts Academy in Naples. In 2005 he started his career path as an Art and Image teacher in the public lower secondary school.


2017 - Performance "Disastro" - Avamposto numero zero - Napoli

2017 - Art Performing Festival - Castel dell'Ovo - Napoli

2017 - S.O.S. Partenope - Castel dell'Ovo - Napoli

2017 - Museo Diocesano - Napoli

2016 - Hamaki - Ho 89° edition Pitti Uomo - Firenze

2016 - Levania, Poetry magazin, Iuppiter Edition, Museum Archaeological, Naples

2015 - Exit strategy, La.Vi., Roma

2015 - Spazio Corrosivo, Caserta

2014 - Excite, Unusual Art Gallery, Caserta

2013 - 7 Progect, Monumental Complex San Severo al Pendino, Naples

2013 - Start Cartography of this, Mediateca Arte Eventi, Cava dei Tirreni

2013 - Comics "In form of art gallerye Lucio Labriola DDT ART", Mostra d'oltremare, Naples

2012 - Caos, In form of art gallery, Naples

2012 - Atomic flash de luxe, Dante & Descartes, Naples

2011 - Makkeda "Performance", Akneos Gallery, Mostra d'oltremare, Naples

2010 - Museum Archaeological, Naples

2009 - Vital Fire, Museum MAV, Herculaneum

2008 - Prize Razzano Museum of Benevento

2007 - Collective Permanent, Museum of Ponza













"Lucio Ddt Art” is among the most controversial figures of the neapolitan underground scene.

Mario Franco

"Ddt represents poison, and Art represents life. Poison in art, poison of life.”

Lucio Labriola

"Human figures that seem like they lost any humanity"

Stefano Chiuchiarelli

"The images wander furious and lascivious like smoke spirals from a pile of radioactive corpses."

Simone Gravina