Talk: Lucia Pizzani w/ Miranda Gavin – Weds 9th March

This March we’re hosting a series of great events, the first of which to be announced will be in Brighton and features the very welcome return of Lucia Pizzani to Miniclick, to talk to us more about her work. Lucia will be in discussion with writer and educator Miranda Gavin (Photofusion, Hotshoe, Tri-Pod)


Wednesday  9th  March. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. Free Entry at The Old Market, Brighton.


Sagrario clow

(Sagrario #5 (2015). Collodion Wet Plate Photography on Aluminium)

Unidentified Women-Still 2

(Unidentified Women (2015). Still from Video. 2’25”)


(Sagrario Series (2015). Collodion Wet Plate Photography on Aluminium)

Lucia Pizzani born in Caracas, (1975) lives and works in London

Lucia’s practice includes different media, with an emphasis in photography, video and sculpture. She deals with organic enquiries, as she studied biology at the CERC centre of Columbia University (NY), and uses this as a device to investigate and expose gender issues inspired by historical research. 

She holds a BA in Communications Studies, (Universidad Católica Andres Bello, Caracas), Certificate in Conservation Biology from CERC at Columbia University (New York) and Master in Fine Arts from the Chelsea College of Art and Design (London).

Recent awards and residencies include: Photofusion Hotshoe Award 14, (Co-winner. London, 2014) the Emerging Artist Award by the AICA, International Art Critics Association -Venezuelan chapter-, (Caracas, 2013), and the XII Premio Eugenio Mendoza (Caracas, 2013) with a following Residency at Hangar (Barcelona).

She has exhibited internationally in museums and galleries such as Oficina#1 (Caracas), Sala Mendoza (Caracas), Cecilia Brunson Projects (London), Queens Museum (NY), MOLAA Museum Of Latin American Art (LA), Jacobo Borges Museum (Caracas), Stephen Lawrence Gallery (London), the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vigo, MARCO (Vigo) and Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá), among others. Her works is represented in private and public collections such as the Essex Collection for Art from Latin America ESCALA, Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, CPPC, Museum Of Latin American Art, MOLAA, Colección Banco Mercantil and Colección Juan Yarur.


Wednesday  9th  March. Doors at 6pm, kicks off at 7pm. Free Entry at The Old Market, Brighton.


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