Federica Zianni

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Federica Zianni (Rome, 1993) lives and works in Milan. She graduated from the three-year School of Sculpture in 2015 with honors. In the same year she exhibited at the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan with Arnaldo Pomodoro in an exhibition curated by Marco Meneguzzo. He attended the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Dresden until 2017, where he pursued his studies with Wilhelm Mundt and Castern Nicolai, and the two-year School of Sculpture with Professor Vittorio Corsini at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, where he graduated in 2018 with honors. During 2018, she participated in nationally prominent prizes such as the Combat Prize, the Vittorio Viviani Prize, and the Comel Prize during which, she was awarded an honorable mention. In 2019, she is awarded the PRS Talent Prize and wins the Rospigliosi Prize for the under-30 category. In June 2019, she takes part in GIFA (International Foundry Fair) in Düsseldorf as Italian excellence; in August, she participates in Swiss Art Expo in Zurich, and is a finalist in Artrooms Award in London. In 2020 he exhibits for the first time at the Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Roma Capitale. She is also a finalist at the Malamegi LAB15 Art Prize, the Gabbioneta Sculpture Prize, the Mellone Prize, the Fregellae Sculpture Prize during which she is awarded the 2nd prize, and finally wins the Arts in Rome Prize. In 2021 she wins the We Art Open 2021 exhibition prize organized by No Title Gallery. She is among the finalists of the Cramum Prize and Exibart Prize, the selected work was published in a volume published by Exibart Edizioni. He is also a finalist for the Mediterranean Contemporary Art Prize, the Fregellae Prize and the Artkeys Prize. He is among the artists-in-residence of VIR Viafarini-in-residence and participates in the artistic residency In-Edita 2, a project coordinated by Galerie Galerie Alberta Pane, Ikona Venezia and Marina Bastianello Gallery. In 2022 he is a finalist for the Art Prize curated by Cairo Editore, whose exhibition will take place at the Palazzo Reale in Milan.