Available Artworks

Lucia Pizzani

Acacia

Photosensitive inks on cotton paper

48 x 36 cm

2021

Lucia Pizzani

Kurralong Seed

Pigment ink printing on cotton paper

70 x 56 cm

2022

Lucia Pizzani

Escritura

Installation of 24 pieces of textured black stoneware with corn

200 x 250 cm

2020

Lucia Pizzani

Manto

Single channel video without sound

5’06”

2019

Lucia Pizzani

Amarilla Solar

Pigment ink printing on cotton paper

120 x 100 cm

2021

Lucia Pizzani

La que viste la piel

Single channel video without sound

3'11"

2019

Lucia Pizzani

Mascara Guaja

Pigment ink printing on cotton paper

120 x 100 cm

2021

Lucia Pizzani

Taparas

Photosensitive inks on cotton paper

48 x 36 cm

2021

Lucia Pizzani

Red Venus

Red Ceramic Stoneware

2022

2022

Lucia Pizzani

Cadera

Black ceramic Gres and gourds from Flamboyant

57 x 24 x 14 cm

2022

Lucia Pizzani

Totem Anima

Black ceramic Stoneware

31 x 24 x 20 cm

2022

Lucia Pizzani

Vientre Duo

Black ceramic Stoneware and stuffed corn

24 x 29 x 12 cm

2022

Lucia Pizzani

Totem Felino

Black and red ceramic Gres

60 x 20 x 22 cm

2022

Lucia Pizzani

Celestiales díptico

Black and red stoneware

65 x 43 x 3 cm

2022

Acacia
Kurralong Seed
Escritura
Manto
Amarilla Solar
La que viste la piel
Mascara Guaja
Taparas
Red Venus
Cadera
Totem Anima
Vientre Duo
Totem Felino
Celestiales díptico

Artist

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Lucia Pizzani

Lucia Pizzani (Caracas, 1975). Degree in Social Communication with an Audiovisual Mention from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (UCAB, Caracas), degree in Conservation Biology CERC, (Columbia University, NY), and Master of Fine Arts from Chelsea College of Arts, (London).

His recent projects and artistic residencies include Casa Wabi and the Puerto Escondido Botanical Garden (Oaxaca, Mexico), LaunchPad Lab (Charente, France), Peckham24 Festival of Photography (London), and PlanetB exhibition curated by the French philosopher Nicolas Bourriaud which opened in Venice in parallel with the 58th Venice Biennale in April this year.

Her work was recently acquired by the TATE Collection and is also part of the Essex Collection for Art from Latin America ESCALA, the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection (CPPC), the Catherine Petitgas Collection, the Urban Photography Archive, the Eugenio Mendoza Foundation, the Juan Yarur Collection and the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), among other public and private collections.