Octavian Micleusanu was born in Nisporeni – Moldavia in 1977. After he took part in many exhibitions in Moldavia, in 2007 he moved to Italy, where he had studied Fine Arts at the Academy in Venice.
He has collaborated with many Art Galleries and Museums as a photographer or graphic designer and took part in the creation of the volume L’Ottocento, curated by Marinelli and Mancini, a book about the wall paintings of the Estates in Veneto. He was also one of the official photographers of the International Film Festival of Venice and Rome, respectively in 2016 and 2014.
The most important exhibitions he has taken part are the Collettiva Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa on 2007, “L'Acqua è Maestra” (Milano 2016) and the Solo exhibition at the Istituto Romeno of Heritage and Cultural research in 2009.