Tiziana Rinaldi Giacometti

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Tiziana Rinaldi Giacometti was born in Rome in 1981.

In 2013 she obtained a master's degree in painting with honors at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.

She was a laboratory assistant and later a lecturer in the subject at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. In 2017 she collaborated as an assistant to Walid Raad on behalf of the Volume Foundation.

 She has won numerous prizes and awards: a finalist in the 2008 National Arts Award (Rome, 2008-2009); 2012 Catel Prize. Painting in Rome from futurism to the present day (Rome, 2012); Videoart, documentary and short film festival: Rome: the colors of the world. She was the winner of the 2013 Limen Arte International Award, section promised Young Italian Artists (Vibo Valentia, 2013-2014); was selected from among the hundred semifinalists of the Premio Arte della Cairo Editore (2018); winner of the Lazio Martelive 2018 regional final.

She has participated in numerous collective exhibitions in Italy and abroad, the most recent: Beyond Borders Oltre confine (Treviso) 2019; Vernice Art Fair, (Forlì) 2019; Daniela Semper Bene Award, Art Gap gallery (Rm), 2019; MarteLive Regional Final (Rm) 2018; Being the Light, Museum of the Art of Splendor, Giulianova (Te) 2016; La vie en roses (Macro, Rome, 2015); Art & Co Mother Earth by Lara Caccia (Pizzo, Vibo Valentia, 2015); Same and different woman, video review by Festarte (Rome, 2015); International Exhibition of Artistic Creation (Warsaw, 2014); Photographing, edited by M. Castelnuovo (Rome, 2014); Tiny Biennale (Rome, 2014); Extra-moenia (Genazzano, 2013); From rubbish to beauty, when recycling becomes art (Camigliano, Caserta, 2013);

Among the most recent personalities: Places not places, edited by M. Castelnuovo (Cerveteri, 2017); Percezionoi di Vita curated by M. Castelnuovo and M. Luppoli (Officine Farneto, Rome, 2016); Blue Underwater, The flow of time and the perception of life, edited by M. Castelnuovo (Rome, 2016); Disconnected dreams. Suspended souls, edited by M. Castelnuovo (Rome, 2014); Labmusic, Painting by Tiziana Rinaldi, edited by I. Raso (Rome, 2013).

She created a work of street art for the MAAM (Museum of the Other and the Elsewhere-Metropoliz) in Rome, she participated in a collective work on permanent display at the Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto in Biella, one of her works is part of the public collection of the Limen Museum of Contemporary Art in Vibo Valentia and another is permanently exhibited at the Church of the Holy Family in Nutley (New Jersey, USA).
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