Serena Rossi's research spans the realm of informal art since the early 2000s, almost always employing mixed techniques such as collage. She conducts in-depth investigations into materials not typically associated with fine arts, such as party napkins. The artist exhibits and exposes herself. We are.
Serena Rossi was born in Milan in 1972. In 1999, she graduated in Pharmacy. She attended various visual arts courses, and since 2002, she has exhibited her works in Italian and international art shows, some of which are now part of private and public collections, such as the open-air museum in Camo and the BPL Collection.
In 2011, she showcased her work at the 54th Venice Biennale at the Italy Pavilion in Turin, invited by the critic Sgarbi. In 2022, she participated in Rodello Arte and exhibited the site-specific work "Pregate per noi" (Pray for Us) in the Church of the Immaculate in Rodello, which she donated to the Museum of the Diocese of Alba, curated by Enrica Asselle.
Simultaneously, since 2012, Serena has been exploring themes of poetry, publishing her collections and poems in various anthologies. Her latest book, "Spazi" (Spaces), was published in Italian and Romanian by Cosmopoli, edited by Eliza Macadan. She collaborates with different literary magazines online and, since 2022, is part of the editorial team in Milan for the online cultural magazine "Il Pensiero Mediterraneo" and founded the literary and artistic competition "Vivi la realtà" (Live the Reality).
Throughout these years, Serena Rossi has received several awards and honorable mentions in national and international literary competitions.
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