Silvia Scaringella

About the Artist

Silvia Scaringella was born in Rome in 1986 to a family of Artisans specializing in wood. With thanks to her father and the family trade Silvia soon learnt the art of restoration, and in 2010 she graduated from the Accademia delle Belle Arti, Rome.

While religiously attending the Academy workshops, she met and teamed up with Domenico Annichiarico, professor of sculpture at the academy. Domenico helped her to improve her skills and taught her how to work with and create form with the sculpting materials polyester and chalk. Together they worked on both important and international assignments.

Silvia went on to collaborate in paint with the Italian artist Renato Mambor. Silvia’s creative talents have even led her to working in scenography, designing themes to be hosted in various establishments. She has also worked in the set designing field collaborating with prestigious clients such as Warner Bros.

In 2011 Silvia moved to Carrara, ‘The City of Marble’ where she attended The Professional Institute of Marble to update her skills. When Silvia completed her studies she moved to Japan where she still resides. Silvia is currently studying the Waragai Sensai granite techniques.

 

Selected Exhibitions:

Solo Exhibitions/ Symposiums:

2014 Iwate university, Morioka Japan.

2013 “Crane” at “Circolo degli artisti”, Rome, Italy.

2012 “Origami” at “Barlume”, Carrara, Italy.

Installations and Performances:

2014 Symposium, Iwate University, Morioka, Japan.

2014 Symposium, 2nd World War Liberation day, Fosdinovo, Carrara, Italy.

2013 “Presepe” Piazza d’ uomo, Carrara, Italy.

2012 “Zappadula”, creation of an organic urban garden. Carrara, Italy.

2012 – “Poetry world day” UNESCO L’Aquila.

2011 “Washing machine”, Piazza D’Armi, L’Aquila, Italy.

2010 “Scudo fiscale”, Fontana luminosa, L’Aquila, Italy.

Collective Exhibitions/ Symposiums:

2015 Artrooms International Contemporary Art Fair, London

2014- Institute of culture Ichinoseki, Japan.

2014 Symposium, Iwate University, Morioka, Japan.

2014 Symposium, 2nd World War Liberation day, Fosdinovo, Carrara, Italy.

2013 Symposium, Europe swim champion 2013, Piombino, Italy

2013 “Culins biloteque”, Trento, Italy.

2013 “Mind the Gap”, Carrara, Italy.

2013 Symposium, Morioka gallery, Japan.

2012 “Poetry world day” for the UNESCO, L’Aquila, Italy.

2012 “Open Day“, Academy of fine art, Carrara, Italy.

2012 “Coesione”, Palombara Sabina, Roma, Italy.

2012 Symposium, Percorso d’arte Castiglione , Palombara Sabina, Rome, Italy.

2012 “Torano notte e giorno”, Carrara, Italy

2012 “Liber Liber” at the laboratory of Campo Boario, Rome, Italy.

2012 “Peano contest”, Peano, (Cueno), Italy

2011 “Microcose” at “100% periferia” art organisation, L’Aquila, Italy.

2010 “The Will” for a cultural organisation “3e32”, L’Aquila, Italy.

2007 Domenico Annichiarico’s atelier, A.R.C.A association, Rome.

Other works:      

Renato Mambor installation for exhibition “Mai note burrose” Auditorium della Musica, Rome, Italy.

Renato Mambor installation for exhibition “Threads” Berlin, German.

Renato Mambor creation of sculptures for exhibition “Tutti sullo stesso piano”,London, UK.

Renato Mambor creation of sculptures for the “Biennale di Venezia”.

Satoshi Suruga creation of a mosaic in a kindergarden, Morioka, Japan.

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