To Dream, to Collect


Francesca Lupo

1980 Italy

4 Works exhibited

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  • About the Artist
Born in Italy in 1980, Francesca Lupo is an artist and architect living in Turin. After classical studies she graduated in Architecture in Turin, starting working between Paris and Italy, dealing with interior design and restoration. The pure artistic expression is for long time a silent and essential resource for architecture, until 2012, when she decides to participate with her collages to Paratissima, the independent art fair in Turin. Her artworks mix materials –the same ones used to make interior design projects-, with fragments of manuscripts, newspapers scraps, old tickets and stamps, to create architectural perspectives of Sixties interiors, where actors and singers play their roles on the scene. The newness of her proposals is appreciated from the public and she is rewarded among the best 15 artists of the Fair. This experience marks the beginning, shortly after, of a series of collective and personal exhibitions in galleries in Turin and across Italy. In 2016 she is rewarded as “young talent” at Affordable Art Fair Milan: this represents the occasion to start a good cooperation with the british Liberty gallery that leads Francesca to exhibit, between 2016 and 2017, in London, Brussels, Edimburgh, Stockholm

Works by Francesca Lupo

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