On the occasion of the new exhibition VISTA VENETO, the gallery welcomes 6 new artists

Lucio Schiavon

Illustrator and Graphic Designer born in Venice. He has collaborated with Fabrica, the Venice Biennale, the Armando Testa agency. He illustrates Books for the Nuages ​​publishing house in Milan and has exhibited at the Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation. He won the International Motion art Award in New York and the Interfilm Festival short Movie in Berlin 2015 with two different short films in animation.

Federica Scalise

Federica Scalise graduated in architecture at the IUAV in Venice (2017). Since then he has been experimenting with his passion for representation through digital collages, axonometries and flat perspectives, especially landscapes and domestic interiors. Based in Athens, Greece, she works as a freelance architect and illustrator, designing real and imaginary spaces.

Alice Piaggio

Born in Genoa, but raised in Bogliasco, a small village frequented by surfers and fishermen. In 2014 I graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and in the same year I moved to Urbino where, in 2017, I graduated from the illustration course at ISIA. I live in Ticino, Switzerland, surrounded by snow-capped mountains, green meadows and chestnut woods. Winner of the Illustri Award 2019 in the Magazine and newspapers category, I am co-founder of the PELO magazine, I collaborate with Italian and foreign magazines and publishing houses. In 2020 I published with Risma Libri my first book as an author and illustrator "When Mr. Tordi lost his hat", appearing in the 2021 Honor List of Ibby Italia. Selected in 2021 among the 20 most promising young Italian illustrators by the Bologna Children's Book Fair and exhibited in the Eccellenze Italiane exhibition - The new generation of Italian illustrators for children.

Jean Mallard

Passionate about Moebius' comics and Miyazaki's films, Jean Mallard quickly fell in love with drawing and decided never to be separated from it. He studied at the Arts Décoratifs de Paris, from which he graduated in 2021. His favorite technique is watercolour, which has been with him since childhood, and with which he works with a meticulous and naive approach, towards a search for harmony and joy. His subjects vary, from the ardor of large Mediterranean cities, the depth of internal worlds and the nostalgia of lost paradises. In 2019, he moved to Naples, where he produced a series of illustrations that will give life to his first Exhibition: Via Miracoli. Since then, he has been offering his images through publishing, cinema, the press, music, perfumes, cities... His next solo exhibition will take place in November 2022 in Paris. His drawings were selected at the Bologna Illustration Fair in 2018 and 2020, as well as in Angoulême in 2019. He received the Grand Prix in Bologna in 2018.

Lavinia Beans

Lavinia Fagiuoli, from Verona, has always been drawing. He paints and also uses pictorial techniques for illustration: monotype, oil colour, watercolours, gouache. She has been an illustrator for two years: she works in publishing and communication for public and private institutions. He paints on walls, ceramics and canvas. His work has been presented in art and illustration exhibitions and the project "Postcards in Surreal Time", born during the pandemic with Maddalena Giusto, became his first book in September 2021, published by Morsi Editore.

Nina Fuga

Nina Fuga is an artist who lives and works in London. Her pencil is a catalyst for understanding the world and for creating a connection between her and her surroundings. Fuga loves dynamic lines and pictorial signs that allude to classical themes and mythology, which fascinate her and reinterpret them to shape a more contemporary story. Nina has created murals for the walls of Lavazza, Collette Dinnigan and international collectors. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, Nina has illustrated for Bompiani, Di Robilant, Faber & Faber, Ferrari, Harper Collins, Random House, The World of Interiors, Vogue, Wallpaper*.