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'Figure #5 from the Body land Series' (2015), C-Print, 50x75cm (Edition of 5)
'Figure #4 from the Body land Series' (2015), C-Print, 50x75cm (Edition of 5)
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As the daughter of prominent Venezuelan artist-parents, Lucia Pizzani has been participating in performances and video works since childhood. In her mid-twenties, while living in New York, she began to master and develop her current practice, which today is an uninhibited and expressive approach involving the body, photography, performance, and self. She is based in London, where she completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Chelsea College of Arts in 2009. She spends a few months a year in Caracas, were she has had solo and group exhibitions at major contemporary art spaces and museums. Recent awards include the Hotshoe Photofusion award in London, 2014, and in 2013 she received the XII Premio Eugenio Mendoza by the Sala Mendoza, the Emerging Artist Award by the Association of International Art Critics AICA Venezuelan-Chapter, both in Caracas and a Special Mention at the “Region 0” Video Art Festival in New York City. In 2014, Lucia had her first solo exhibition in London UK, entitled, The Worshipper of the Image (Beers Contemporary). This latest body of work delved further into the artist’s practice, and provided a relevant and uninhibited inquiry into ideas surrounding body and self.  The exhibition incorporated a series of work that explored relationships between the natural world, femininity and contemporary gender issues.

LUCIA PIZZANI (b. 1975, Caracas, Venezuela) Recent Solo Exhibitions are: The Worshipper of the Image (Beers Contemporary. London, 2014), El Adorador de la Imagen (Sala Mendoza. Caracas, 2014), Mariposario (Oficina#1. Caracas, 2013), Orchis (2012) and Vessel (2009) both at Galería Fernando Zubillaga, Centro de Arte Los Galpones Caracas, and Retratos Ausentes HACS Miami - La Carniceria Caracas (2007). Group shows include: Solo projects at Pinta London curated by  Petitgas C. and K. Massucchelli (Oficina # 1. London, 2014)  Pinta Video at New York Pinta curated by Octavio Zaya (Oficina # 1, New York, 2013),Masquerade be Another at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London (2013), Region 0 Video Art Festival, New York University NY and the Museum of Contemporary Art MARCO in Vigo Spain, (2013), Transgression at Beers Contemporary, London, (2011) 65 Bienal Arturo Michelena, Valencia, Venezuela (2010), Beyond Appearances, Lehman College, NY (2009), MOLAA Collects Photo-Based Art, Museum Of Latin American Art, L.A (2009), Reflect-Refract. Rich Gallery. London (2008), YO! contemporary self-portraits, Solar Gallery (2007)  III Queens Museum Biennale NY (2006), Identidades Galería El Museo, Bogota, Colombia (2006), The Drop Exit Art, NY (2006); Boats, Islip Art Museum New York, (2005), Naturalezas Abiertas Galeria de Arte Nacional, Caracas (2003). Lucia's work is included in important public and private collections such as the Essex Collection for Art from Latin America (ESCALA), the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (CPPC) (USA-Venezuela) the Banco Mercantil (Venezuela) and the MOLAA Museum of Latin American Art (Los Angeles, USA) among others.




 




As the daughter of prominent Venezuelan artist-parents, Lucia Pizzani has been participating in performances and video works since childhood. In her mid-twenties, while living in New York, she began to master and develop her current practice, which today is an uninhibited and expressive approach involving the body, photography, performance, and self. She is based in London, where she completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Chelsea College of Arts in 2009. She spends a few months a year in Caracas, were she has had solo and group exhibitions at major contemporary art spaces and museums. Recent awards include the Hotshoe Photofusion award in London, 2014, and in 2013 she received the XII Premio Eugenio Mendoza by the Sala Mendoza, the Emerging Artist Award by the Association of International Art Critics AICA Venezuelan-Chapter, both in Caracas and a Special Mention at the “Region 0” Video Art Festival in New York City. In 2014, Lucia had her first solo exhibition in London UK, entitled, The Worshipper of the Image (Beers Contemporary). This latest body of work delved further into the artist’s practice, and provided a relevant and uninhibited inquiry into ideas surrounding body and self.  The exhibition incorporated a series of work that explored relationships between the natural world, femininity and contemporary gender issues.

LUCIA PIZZANI (b. 1975, Caracas, Venezuela) Recent Solo Exhibitions are: The Worshipper of the Image (Beers Contemporary. London, 2014), El Adorador de la Imagen (Sala Mendoza. Caracas, 2014), Mariposario (Oficina#1. Caracas, 2013), Orchis (2012) and Vessel (2009) both at Galería Fernando Zubillaga, Centro de Arte Los Galpones Caracas, and Retratos Ausentes HACS Miami - La Carniceria Caracas (2007). Group shows include: Solo projects at Pinta London curated by  Petitgas C. and K. Massucchelli (Oficina # 1. London, 2014)  Pinta Video at New York Pinta curated by Octavio Zaya (Oficina # 1, New York, 2013),Masquerade be Another at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London (2013), Region 0 Video Art Festival, New York University NY and the Museum of Contemporary Art MARCO in Vigo Spain, (2013), Transgression at Beers Contemporary, London, (2011) 65 Bienal Arturo Michelena, Valencia, Venezuela (2010), Beyond Appearances, Lehman College, NY (2009), MOLAA Collects Photo-Based Art, Museum Of Latin American Art, L.A (2009), Reflect-Refract. Rich Gallery. London (2008), YO! contemporary self-portraits, Solar Gallery (2007)  III Queens Museum Biennale NY (2006), Identidades Galería El Museo, Bogota, Colombia (2006), The Drop Exit Art, NY (2006); Boats, Islip Art Museum New York, (2005), Naturalezas Abiertas Galeria de Arte Nacional, Caracas (2003). Lucia's work is included in important public and private collections such as the Essex Collection for Art from Latin America (ESCALA), the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros (CPPC) (USA-Venezuela) the Banco Mercantil (Venezuela) and the MOLAA Museum of Latin American Art (Los Angeles, USA) among others.