Fabio Lattanzi Antinori is the winner of the 2019/20 First Plinth Award.

Working across a range of mediums including sculpture, print and interactive installations, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori's work is inspired by the language of power of corporate structures and their effect on the belief systems of the individual.

He graduated from Goldsmiths (2013) with an MFA in Computational Studio Arts (Distinction).

Antinori's work has been shown at Kanal-Centre Pompidou (2019), SeMA Seoul Museum of Art (2018), V&A (2018), London Science Gallery (2018), Holon Design Museum (2017), Galerie Für Gegenwartskunst Freiburg (2017), The RYDER projects (2018 and 2016), MoCA Shanghai(2016), Zhejiang Art Museum (2016), Pi Artworks (2015), Kaunas Biennial (2015), MAK Museum Vienna (2013).

He was selected for the MMCA International Artist in Residence Program (2018). His work has been supported by the Italian Cultural Institute, the British Korean Foundation (2018), the A-N Bursary for Extraordinary and Inspirational Research (2016), the British Council (2016) and the Arts Council’s Artist International Development Fund (2015).

Selected talks include MMCA Seoul, University of Leeds, Goldsmiths, Kaunas Biennial, Ual London, Kaunas Biennial and the V&A.

Public collections include SeMA, MMCA National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul and the V&A London.

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori,  winner, Royal Society of Sculptors'  2019/20 First Plinth Award