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Paola Militano


3 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Paola Militano

Flower Explosion


100 x 80 cm




60 x 60 cm


Flowery Visions


70 x 70 cm


Paola Militano was born in Palmi in 1979.
In 2004 she graduated in Decoration from the Academy of Fine Arts in Reggio Calabria with a thesis in Art History (Life in the work of art: from informal to Joseph Beuys).
In 2006 she obtained the second level diploma in painting disciplines.
Since 2005 she has taught in secondary schools, first in Turin and later in the province of Reggio Calabria.
She currently teaches pictorial disciplines at the Art School of Novigrad (RC).

Selection of exhibition experiences

1998 - Michele Guerrisi painter and art sculptor, Palmi
2000 - A color for life, Catanzaro
- The colors of taste through the taste of colors, Reggio Calabria
2003 - Young artists between mysticism and creativity, Catanzaro
2004 - Exhibition for the first prize Umberto Boccioni, Palazzo del Consiglio Regionale, Reggio Calabria
2005 - Purana festival, Museum of contemporary art, MUSABA
- The other south, AM International, Bivongi
2010 - The canvas of the month, Brescia
2011 - ArtEficio, Caos art gallery, collateral events at the Venice Biennale,
- The colors of the soul, Church of Santa Maria delle Periclitanti,
2012 - The world of the end, Sala Espace, Turin
2017 - Mediterranean traces, Aragonese Castle, Reggio Calabria
2018 - Mediterranean traces 2, Former convent of the minima, Roccella Jonica

Works in public spaces and museums
- Work acquired on permanent exhibition at the Reggio Calabria railway station
- Work acquired on permanent display at the AM International Museum of Contemporary Art in Bivongi

In Militano's work, from the very beginning, the element of light emerges that marks the pictorial surface and outlines emotional and structural spaces.
She translates her own intimate geography of the landscape with signs, gestures and backgrounds that return to the viewer fragments of a phenomenal reality conceived outside the space-time dimension.
The multicolored brushstrokes, like many pixels on a monitor, fix on the two-dimensional surface the movement of a fleeting perceptive instant full of personal visions and emotions.