Ettore Greco was born in Padua on 12 May 1969 and graduated from the Venice Academy of Fine Arts in 1992.
In 1994 he opened his own atelier and two years later held his first solo exhibition at the Scoletta del Duomo in Padua. In 1999, on the occasion of the first centenary of the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, the critic Mario De Micheli gave a lecture: “Story of two artists: a sculptor, Ettore Greco, and a painter, Paolo Smali ", later published in a catalog with the same title.
In the same year he won the Grand Prix for sculpture at the Salon Grands et Jeunes d’Aujord’hui and spent long periods in Paris.
He took part in the Miart (Milano) and Artefiera (Bologna) e, between 1999 and the 2002 he has participated in many exhibitions in Paris, Brussels, London, New York and Lussemburgo. In September of 2002 was presented in the creative space of Pierre Cardin, as part of the Venice Architecture Biennale, in collaboration with the designer Rodrigo Basilicati. In 2004 took part in the exhibition "Contemporanea Giovani 2", organized by the municipality of Como and "Contemporary Stories", of Hera Contemporary Art of Brescia.
In 2005 he made a bas-relief for the Cathedral of Arquà Petrarca and a bust of Father Comboniano Ezechiele Ramin for the Municipality of Padua. In 2006 has created a large installation of over a thousand terracotta figures, presented in the church of San Lorenzo di Cento (Ferrara).
From 2007 al 2009 his sculptures are on display in many cities, including Legnano, Milano, Florence, Berlin, Paris, Turin and Reggio Calabria and worked for three months in New York at the Harlem Studio Fellowship (Montrasio Arte). In 2009 he made a bust of Sandro Pertini and a sculpture dedicated to Aldo Moro for his hometown. In 2010 made a sculpture for the stylist Pierre Cardin entitled: “Arbre de la vie” and located in the castle of the Marquis De Sade in Lacoste (France).
In November 2010, on the occasion of the Rodin exhibition in Italy, he made a sculpture entitled: "Heroic man", located in the main square of Legnano (Milano), together with a sculpture by Mimmo Paladino. In April 2011 he positioned, at the Vittoriale degli Italiani, the house-museum of Gabriele D'Annunzio, a bronze sculpture entitled: "San Sebastiano".