- Francesca Romana Pinzari

Francesca Romana Pinzari, born in Perth, Australia, lives and works in Rome. She works with video, installation, performance, sculpture and painting. Her research starts from the body to talk about physical, cultural, political and religious identity. Concepts such as domestic violence, diversity and cultural roots are addressed with a performative approach that also leads the artist to the creation of sculptural, pictorial or installation artifacts of different nature depending on the exhibition project.


In his latest works, the artist has combined spiritual practices of personal growth personal growth with art to bring the user closer to a psychophysical well-being that comes from self-knowledge and the search for the union between spirit and


He exhibits in numerous galleries and museums including: the Museums of Kajaani, Kokkola and Kotka in Finland and the Kunsthalle in Bratislava on the occasion of the exhibition Transition of Energy , Palazzo Penna in Perugia for “Tempo Liberato,” curated and conceived by herself, the Museum Galeria Miejska BWA Bydgoszcz in Poland during Performance Night, the MACRO Testaccio Rome for the exhibition Catarifrangenze, the Kunstquartier Bethanien Museum in Berlin as part of a 24-hour project room created for the exhibition Arty Party and the Museum of Contemporary Art in São Paulo, Brazil for the exhibition of Italian art ALEM, Palazzo Ducale in Gubbio and Villa Croce in Genoa for the exhibition Visibilia, at 67 Gallery in New York, at the SVA open studio in New York through the Young Artists Award of the City of Rome.