Silvia Iorio

Silvia Iorio

As a young girl, she assiduously frequented the Etruscan necropolis of Cerveteri, where she discovered an intimate closeness with the timeless nature of the place, which inspired her first miniatures. He passionately collects rare specimens of meteorites found in Umbria, thus continuing his grandfather's extraordinary collection. After spending two years on the French Riviera, he returned to Italy and began his artistic research, inspired by his studies in Molecular Biology. He began to paint using contrast media at the National Research Center (CNR) and entered the Synchrotron of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (LNFN). Later, the attendance of planetariums and astronomical observation centers make her discover the macro dimension of existence.

Among the solo and group exhibitions of particular note are: TransFormAktion, Kulturhaus III&70, Hamburg (2013); Eau d'Etoile, Aleteia Communication, Rome (2013); Re-Generation, MACRO, Rome (2012); Expanding on the Expansion of the Universe, Galleria Il Segno, Rome (2012); Age of Time. Edge of Space. 12th Rendez-Vous mit Kunst, Berlin (2012); Odysseia, Galerie Mario Iannelli, Berlin (2011); Sorry, We're Open!, London Metropolitan University in partnership with Whitechapel Gallery, London (2010); Chromatèma, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome (2007); N-Kiloton, 51st Venice Biennale, Venice (2005); Pharmacopea, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome (2003).

Artist updated on February, 28 2022 - 15:55

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