Based in Italy
'”My research is to give shape and color to images, that filtered by emotions, live a metaphysical dimension that search for representation"
Lauriola is an Italian visual artist who lives and works in Rome, the city where she was born. Her works have been exhibited in Italy, Greece, Syria, France, Monaco Principality and Poland. Her production is characterized by subjects full of positive symbolism and decisive sign power
The resin is a constant in Lauriola production who over the years has developed a technique focused on the chromatic and structural relationship between liquid matter, pigments and signs. Thus, emerge from the canvas, thanks to confident brushstrokes, fluid icons impregnated with a magnetic aura and subjects that flow directly from that limbo, present between the conscious and the unconscious and metaphorically represented by the liquidity of the resin. In particular, the images of the latest works are as if they come back to light after a long period sedimented under the material.
Lauriola is present in the Copelouzos Family Art Museum in Athens, and has participated in the Contemporary Art Fairs of Genoa, Padua and the Mercanteinfiera of Parma. Finalist of the Premio della Lupa in 2020 and of the Celeste Award in 2007. In 2020 she received the Honarable Mention from the Circle Foundation for the Arts and in 2015 the first prize for the selection of the Pier Maria Rossi Museum in 2015. She is present in the 2020 edition of the Atlas of Contemporary Art De Agostini, the most complete collection of Italian artists from 1950 up today. She recently exhibited at Castel dell’Ovo in Naples, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome and at Palazzo Merulana.
Giusy Lauriola has a purely humanistic background, graduated in Literature, completes her studies in Rome at the San Giacomo Academy of Arts and Crafts and at the Pencil Art Professional School of Illustration.