Franko B, born 1960 in Milan (IT) and based in London is a multi-disciplinary artist who doesn’t separate life from practice. His work is situated somewhere between isolation and seduction, benevolence and confrontation, suffering and eroticism, punk and poetry. His concern is to make the unbearable bearable and provoke the viewer to reconsider his understanding of beauty and suffering. He uses his body as a metaphor for social struggle, and embodying notions of the personal, political and poetic. Projecting the confluence of love and pain, Franko B demonstrates that humanity, as a condition, can be reformed.