Filomena Petrucci

Self-taught artist, born in Venezuela in 1966, she has T.S.U. in Design of Civil Works; She has participated in more than seventy art exhibitions in Venezuela, Italy, Spain, USA (Boston and Miami), Chile and Brazil. Her most relevant individual exhibitions are: “La dinamica del Neoespressionismo di Filomena Petrucci” Museo Nina, Civitella de Tronto Italy, “Le Varietà Artistiche di Filomena Petrucci” Pinacoteca D'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea “Il Cuneo” Caserta Italia, “Symphony” Emerson College, Boston, Usa, “The Neo-Informalism of Filomena Petrucci” Caracas National Art Gallery, “Existential Symphony” Caracas Museum, Caracas, “Faith, Art and Devotion. An artistic reading” Jacobo Borges University Museum, Caracas and “The New Sculptural Sacredness” Paul Harris National Public Library, Caracas. The most relevant collective exhibitions of her: "Before, During, After" Espai30-Ateneu Sagrerenc, Barcelona, Spain, "Images for faith, the Beatitude of José Gregorio Hernández", Documentation Center of the Alejandro Otero Museum. Caracas, Capital District, Caracas, "Hotel Humbolt" at the Hotel Humbolt in Caracas, "Art for Peace" Recoleta Chile Cultural Corporation, "Mirada Latinoamericana" at the Socorro Museum and at the CIA Cultural Art Gallery of Brazil "and has been present in three Biennales "Biennale Wynwood Miami" Miami, USA, "Biennale Internazionale D'Arte di Fondi", 1 edizione, Fondi, Latina, Italy, "Biennal de Valencia Spain CVO", V Edition, with the Cultural Project Before-During -Afterwards, Valencia, Spain. She is an active member of: AVAP Venezuelan Association of Plastic Artists, * AIAP Association Internationale des Arts Plastiques Partenaire Officiel de UNESCO, IAA International Association of Art and CINAP National Information and Documentation Center for Plastic Arts. Recognized by the Jacobo Borges Museums, Il Ramo D'Oro Art and Culture Center of Naples, Fundación Museo Escuela Abierta for the world, Mara International Organization in the Medellín-Colombia 2021 edition and Caracas-Venezuela 2022 edition, by the Tamanaco De Foundation Gold in its 2021 and 2022 edition, and Turpial Golden Awards 2022 edition. Currently, she works with the acrylic and mixed technique on different supports in combination with recycling elements, taking expressionist and informalist art as a reference, using her own language.

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Filomena Petrucci

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