Arianna Greci (1998) lives and works in Pontevico, a little village in Brescia’s countryside. She graduated in painting at Accademia di Belle Arti G. Carrara in Bergamo in 2021 and she did a Master degree in Contemporary Visual Art at Brescia’s Accademia di Belle Arti Santa Giulia in February 2023.
Her artistic research investigates the shape and meaning of the space of the daily in its intimate and most introspective nature. In particular, the personal appropriation of the space itself, both public and private, from a social, physical, sentimental and psychological point of view. She explores the places, landscapes and atmospheres in which she lives and how the context of suburban sites and those of Pianura Padana influence her imaginative and artistic production.
During the past year she has exhibited in several exhibitions and Prize including: Petite affaire privèe at Anonima Kunsthalle, Varese, curated by Clara Scola; Degree Show III at Palazzo Monti, Brescia, curated by Edoardo Monti; Colostro at Torre Massimiliana, Sant’Erasmo Island, Venezia, curated by Riccarco Vailati and Giulia Mariachiara Galiano and Nocivelli award finalist in Verolanuova (Bs).