Veronica Giorgetti

“Born in 1977, she lives and works between Rome and Los Angeles. She followed an artistic education since she was in high school, she attended the “Liceo” specializing in art subjects at the Alberto Savinio High School in Rome. In 1997 she entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, in the chair of Decoration held by Professor and Maestro Gino Marotta. In 2004, she moves to Dublin where she collaborates with local theatrical companies, where she created stage sets in which one of them was designed for Siamsa Tire in Tralee. When she returned to Rome, she attended a deepening course in cinematographic and set designing techniques, at the School of Art and Performance in Rome.

In the following years she participated in various artistic group exhibitions held in many Italian cities, among which an exhibition in Venice integrated in the most vast event of the Biennale 2007. From 2007 to 2010 she has worked with Domenico Bianchi, well known artist, continuing her artistic production which one can see, among the others, in a temporary exhibition held at the Mastroianni Museum of Rome. In 2011, she had set two solo exhibitions between Rome and Bologna. In 2012 took part to the Marzia Migliora’s performance, which had set in Maxxi Museum of Roma. In 2013 she took part of a workshop in Sacred Art promoted by “Museo dello Splendore” in Teramo (Italy), which ended in a group exhibition held in its rooms. The artworks are part of the Museum collection. In 2014 she got a degree in Conservation Technician at Engim Veneto, Vicenza, after which she moved to Los Angeles and started to collaborate with Peter Shelton, a well known Artist. Currently she lives in Los Angeles.”