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About the artist
Federica Aiello Pini is an Italian artist. Her work is inspired by the energy of nature, as well as by time and memory. Through overlays of colors, marks, and paper, she’s constantly searching for the infinite links that connect everything. She graduated from Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and specialized in Illustration in Florence. Later on, she continued her research started with her degree thesis in Theory of Perception and Psychology of Form “Intorno al quadrato", and went further into the exploration of meanings and effects of colors in the Masterclass "Color as a personal communicative symbol" at the MiMaster in Milan. She was selected for the Masterclass in Visual Art and Design at the Venice Biennale "Water signs, paper and its traditions. Techniques and methods for making paper by hand through the creative process", an experience that allowed her to deepen and further consolidate the relationship with this material so familiar and necessary for his works. In 2007 she was featured in the Saatchi Gallery Top 10 by Rebecca Wilson, co-director of Saatchi Gallery in London. In 2008 she won the Italian national contest Artefatta, thanks to which she set up her personal exhibition "Digression" in the suggestive Castello degli Agolanti in Riccione. In the same year she was finalist of the Italian National Illustration Competition Concorso Gino Perrone, XIII Edizione, and in 2009 she received a Special Mention at the Co.Co.Co Como Contemporary Contest Italian National Competition of Contemporary Art. Over the course of her career, she has explored and developed her research through live performances, often in collaboration with musicians: first in Italy with the company Teatro all'Improvviso for "Summer Solstice. The music of wonders" at Palazzo Te, Mantua in 2012, then in Holland at Amstel 41 gallery of Amsterdam, and in Panama City for Jeronimo Gallery. These live performances led her to be invited as visitor professor to the ESAD (Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático) in Cordoba (Spain), to conduct a series of workshops for the course of studies in Acting and Scenography, in 2013. In 2011 and 2012 she was a finalist of the Italian National Competition of Contemporary Art Premio Ricoh, and in 2012 and 2013 she was a finalist of the Italian National Competition of Contemporary Art Mantegna Cercasi. In 2019 she was the winner of the Artrepreneur Portrait Competition - Illustration Section. She has been living in Panama, Central America, for a few years, and her work was inspired by luxuriant forests where you can feel and breathe Nature's energy, the ocean, and the colors of Latin America. Very present in her works is the human figure as well, often transformed into abstraction during her creative process, just as abstract and universal are the human experiences which she expresses through the theme of the kiss, recurring in her production. In 2020 she exhibited in the international show Human Rights? The Future's Shape #Womencansavetheworld in support of Gender equality, Goal 5 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The event took place at the Fondazione Campana dei Caduti in Rovereto and was sponsored by AIAPI -UNRIC - UNESCO. Her works are held in private collections in Italy, France, Germany, Holland, Spain, Portugal, USA, Panama, and Colombia. For more info about her work: www.aiellopini.com Email: federica@aiellopini.com Instagram: @fede.aiellopini