Eva Rorandelli is an Italian-American artist native of Florence, Italy, now living and working in San Francisco. Her undergraduate studies were at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Florence, where she specialized in traditional oil painting techniques, with additional studies in the United States at the New York Academy of Art. Her graduate studies include a Masters Degree in Restoration and Conservation of Cultural Heritage from Palazzo Spinelli in Florence, Italy.
Rorandelli’s paintings, performances and video installations have been shown in numerous international exhibitions, and she has won a series of painting fellowships and awards in the United States. Her work has been shown widely in Italy, including at the Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples, the Premio Internazionale di Pittura, GAM Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Turin, and the Fondazione D’Ars in Milan. In 2012 her work was featured in a solo exhibition at the Christine Fréchard Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA.
Rorandelli's video performances have appeared in galleries and museum exhibitions internationally, and have been described as evocative, disturbing, and empowering examples of Posthuman art.
Rorandelli's CV, containing a complete exhibition history, is available here.
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