Andreas Senoner was born in 1982 in Bolzano, Italy.
He lives and works between Santa Cristina in Val Gardena (BZ) and Florence, Italy.
He attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and the Saint Charles Fine Art Department in Valencia, Spain. He attends performance and sound poetry classes with artist Bartolomé Ferrando.
In 2006 he was granted a scholarship for Minneapolis College of Art and Design (Minneapolis, USA) where he attended sculpture classes from Kinji Akagawa with whom he delved into his wood carving technique. From that moment wood as a material of expression has become a permanent feature in his artistic research.
Since his return to Italy in 2007, he has been invited to show his work in several important national galleries, in France, United States, Serbia and Switzerland. His work is present in the main contemporary art fairs like Arte Fiera Bologna (Italy), Scope Basel (Switzerland), Art Paris Art Fair (France). In 2009 he was invited in residency at Civitella Ranieri Foundation, art center for artists, authors and composers in Umbria, Italy.
In 2011 his work was exhibited in the 54. Venice Biennale both at Italian Pavilion / Regione Trentino Alto Adige-Südtirol (Palazzo Trentini, Trento, Italy), and at Italian/Academy Pavilion (Tese di San Cristoforo, Venice).
In 2016 he was invited to exhibit his work in the 5th Trienale Ladina (Museum Ladin, San Martin De Tor, Italy).
In 2017 he participated to the show “Ritratti. Tiziano Tintoretto e artisti veneti del XXI secolo” (Villa Giovannina, Villorba, Treviso,
Italy) and again in 2017 he took part in the collective exhibition “Legno|Lën|Holz”, at the Galleria Civica in Trento, Italy.
In 2018 he is awarded the first prize of “Premio Cramum”.