Hernán Pitto Bellocchio (Santiago de Chile, 1984) lives and works in Milan. Hernán is an architect and artist specialized in exhibit design and museography.
He studied architecture at Finisterrae University in Santiago de Chile and at the studio of the sculptor Javier Stitchkin. He began his professional career in Italy at La Triennale di Milano, while pursuing his Master “Idea in exhibition design. Architecture of exhibiting” at the Politecnico di Milano. He explores multiple areas through different media, such as photography, painting, drawing and site-specific installations accessible to the public. His artistic investigation focuses on socially critical issues and on the interconnections between artificial systems, the human anatomy, and natural elements, with a strong interdisciplinary connotation.

Exhibitions include: Books and Foods, La Triennale di Milano 2015; When landscape becomes a memory, SPACE 22, Milan 2016; 2 / TWO, VR Project Room, collateral event of Manifesta, Palermo 2018; Trespass, Lajone Castle 2018; Moved, Montrasio Arte, Monza 2018; Filling the Absence, Pinksummer Gallery, Genoa 2019; Breathing Panorama, Montrasio Arte, Milan 2019; Nesting Stations, A’nica Art Gallery, Milan 2019; Host Specific, Fondazione Merz, Turin 2019; Breathing Panorama, Art Düsseldorf 2019; Las Huellas del Petróleo, Essicatoio Art Residency, Gagliano del Capo 2020.