Luisa Gardini

Born in Ravenna (Italy) in 1935. She started studying painting in her home town and then enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Even though she has been prolifically producing works through different media since the end of the 50s - including drawing, painting, collage, sculpture and found object - she only started exhibiting at the end of the 70s.

Selected solo and group exhibitions: Belmacz, London, UK (2018); Libreria/Galleria La Diagonale, Rome, Italy (2017); Guimarães, Vienna, Austria (2016); Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, New York University, USA (2016); Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome, Italy (2016); Palazzina Azzurra, San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy (2015); MACRO, Rome, Italy (2015); Palazzo Trinci, Foligno, Italy (2014); Nomas Foundation, Rome, Italy (2014); La Diagonale, Rome, Italy (2014); Nomas Foundation, Rome, Italy (2012); Castellamonte, Turin, Italy (2012); Galleria Ricerca d’arte, Rome, Italy (2010); Castellamonte, Turin, Italy (2010); Libreria/Galleria La Diagonale, Rome, Italy (2009); Galleria Ricerca d’Arte, Rome, Italy (2008); Galleria Il Segno, Rome, Italy (2008); Ippodromo delle Capannelle, Rome, Italy (2005); Librairie Cythère Critique, Rome, Italy (2004); Istituto Francese, Naples, Italy (2004); Ethnica, Rome, Italy (2001); Palazzo Massari-Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Ferrara, Italy (1998); Accademia Tedesca Villa Massimo, Rome, Italy (1997); Associazione Culturale L’Attico, Rome, Italy (1996); Ronchini Arte Contemporanea, Terni, Italy (1996); A.A.M. Architettura Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy (1995);Battenberg castle, Battenberg, Germany (1994); The Voxxx. Kultur und Kommunikation Zentrum, Chemnitz, Germany (1994); Convento Michetti-Liceo Scientifico, Francavilla al Mare, Italy (1994); Galleria Miralli, Viterbo, Italy (1993); Chiesa SS. Giovanni e Paolo, Spoleto, Italy (1992); Palazzo Rondanini alla Rotonda, Rome, Italy (1991); Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna, Spoleto, Italy (1991); Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy (1990); Studio Durante, Rome, Italy (1989); Galleria Dell’Oca, Rome, Italy (1989); Galleria Anna D’Ascanio, Rome, Italy (1987); Galleria Studio E, Rome, Italy (1985); Galleria Mèta Arte Contemporanea, Bolzano, Italy (1984); Galleria L’Isola, Rome, Italy (1983); Galleria d’Arte Grafica dei Greci, Rome, Italy (1981); Center for Italian Studies-Columbia University, New York, USA (1979).