Giusy Lauriola

Rome, Italy

"Always serching to find my inner stories to paint and draw."
"I'm a visual artist living in Rome. I work on the figure and on the line to tell my inner stories and what refers to my research: the image that coincides with an inner vision that I see confused in the distance, but whose emotion I know perfectly" GIusy Lauriola

Lauriola was born in Rome where she lives and works. She has exhibited in galleries in Italy and abroad, and was finalist in the Celeste Prize and Lupa Prize and winner of the Pier Maria Rossi Museum competition (2015). Her works can be found in private collections in Europe, the United States, Taiwan, Singapore, Syria and South Africa. She is part of the 2020 edition of the De Agostini Atlas of Contemporary Art, the most complete collection of Italian artists from 1950 up today. She was invited to exhibit as honor guest at the International Photo Festival in Lodz, Poland, with a solo show in Damascus and an International Symposium in Idlib in Syria and to participate in an artistic residence in Caramanico Terme. This year she has exhibited at Castel dell’ Ovo in Naples, at Macro (Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome), Palazzo Merulana within the festival of Stateless people / non-dispersed identities and inside the Padua Contemporary Art Fair with Spazio Cima gallery and Genevo Art Fair with Colllezionando Gallery. She is going to exhibit as soosn as it will be possible the Itinerant Exhibition "Follow the dream" in Milan. in the medieval Catello of Capalbio Borgo and in October / November in Rome in the Spazio Cima gallery.

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How do your pieces come to life? Tell us one interesting thing about your creative process?

"My creative process never stops. Even when I sleep it goes on. IIt's a river that flows from the mointain to the sea and then to the sky and thorugh the rain to the river again. It has its own life I'm just a medium."
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What do you want people to do or feel when they encounter your creations?

"I would like to transfer joy, quiteness and a bit fo magic."
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What funny moments, unexpected surprises, or obstacles have you encountered?

"One day I didn't want to work on my studio and I had this canvas looking at me. I discovered that with not really intention, not rationalism my creative part was free anf I painted one of my best pieces. As durigf the Covid 19 lockdown: I can't go to my studio so I'm drawning and painting only with my pen, some colors and coffee and with my left hand (commected witj tje creative art of the brain) which is not the dominand one: the lines that are comng out are so free and perfect to me."
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