Giuseppe Gambino graduated with honors in Building Engineering-Architecture at the University of Palermo with a thesis on the recovery and re-functionalization of the former foreign legion barracks "La Belle de Mai" of Marseilles; the thesis received a jury mention at the eighth edition of the International Competition "Compasso Volante" - City of Lecco - Politecnico di Milano, held in Beijing. In 2007 he moved to Rome where, in addition to practicing as an engineer, he obtained a second-level Master’s Degree in "Architecture, Sacred Art and Liturgy" with the highest marks, presenting a project for the new Sanctuary of Maria SS. of Light in Roccapalumba (PA). He has been teaching in Public Schools since 2013. In 2019 he obtained a Master’s degree in Art History with the mark of 110 cum laude at the University "Sapienza" with a monographic thesis on the 17th century Neapolitan painter Antonio de Bellis.
Since the 2021/2022 academic year, he has been a subject scholar at the Chair of History of Modern Art (L-ART/02) and in October 2022 he was admitted to the XXXVIII cycle of the Doctorate School in Art History with a research project on the "School of Massimo Stanzione".