Albert Fusco's passion for figurative art, in particular sculpture, led him to study art and to be the art assistant of leading contemporary Neapolitan artists.
In 1994 he moved to London to further his art studies and career. He completed a foundation course in fine art and subsequently a BA in Art for the Community, which he successfully completed his course specializing in the art of mosaics.
At present, using recycled magazines that would otherwise be thrown away he injects life back into art, this is essential and central to his practice. Working from his studio all his artworks are made up by folded and manipulated paper and transformed into textural geometrical forms, which ultimately developed into sculptural pieces in their own right.