“I am an artist and city planner born in Rome, Italy and based in Silver Spring, MD, just outside Washington, DC. My work spans from contemporary mixed media landscapes to installation art to my more recent work exploring issues of migration and migrant identity, the fleeting concepts of home and safety, and nationalistic narratives.
My work has been exhibited throughout the DC region including Hillyer Art Space, Touchstone Gallery, the Annapolis Maritime Museum, and the Arlington Art Center. My paintings have been featured in the last two Washington Project for the Arts annual auctions (2016 and 2017), and in art publications in the US, UK, and Italy. I am the co-founder of the Cloud Project which aims to create temporary public art interventions in DC that honor the 33,000 lives lost yearly to gun violence in the US.
I am represented by Kyo Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia. I recently joined the Board of Director of the non-profit art advocacy Washington Project for the Arts which has been advocating for artists in the DC metropolitan region since 1975.”