Enzo Nasso is a painter, sculptor and poet. He is often considered one of the best artists among those who inspired the Great Roman School during the 1950s. This school analysed the idea around the theme of modernism in the twentieth century giving it intellectual value through scripture.
He also worked as a culture-editor for a number of reputable newspapers and influenced other post-bellum avant-garde movements.
In 1961 he founded the Laboratorio di Ricerche Cinematografiche, an important contribution to the growth of Italian underground directors and actors.