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Sara Lovari

Sara Lovari

 

Sara Lovari is born in Avena de’ Poppi (near Arezzo, Tuscany) in 1979. After graduating in Economics, she moves to England, where in 2007 she makes her debut as artist. Since then she appeared in numerous performances and expositions, both collective and personal. In 2014 she is finalist at the Mondadori award, and she wins the Adrenalina award, category New Proposals, in Rome. In 2015 she is finalist at the Catel award, in the Scuderie Aldobrandini of Frascati. 2015 is also the year of her personal exposition “Les Objects” at the Etruscan Museum in Cortona. In October 2015 she wins a scholarship from Oklahoma university, the “Art Residence Norman USA”. In Oklahoma she creates works on site on the theme of journey. 

In 2016 she wins the Gold Adrenalina Award. In 2017 she exposes at the Hurricane Biennale at the Oklahoma National Weather Center. 

Sara’s work is characterized by the use of warm colors, inspired by earth and nature. She applies mix media such as ancient maps, books from the 19th century, and sculpture-painting. Highly esteemed by critics, by collectors and by the general public, Sara lives and works in the Arezzo area.

 

MOSTRE PERSONALI

2018

La ricerca del desiderio - Galleria d'arte Barbara Paci, Pietrasanta (LU), Italia

La ricerca del desiderio - Castello di poppi, Poppi (AR), Italia

2015

Maec Museo Cortona

 



MOSTRE COLLETTIVE

2018

The Queen, Galleria Triphè- Roma

2017

New York Scope 2017, New York with Barbara Paci Galleria d'Arte

Winner of Adrenalina, Rome, Gold section  2017

2015

Winner of Adrenalina, Roma, Emerging section 2015

Award finalist Catel 2015, Scuderie AldoBrandini,Roma

Selected for the Hurricane Biennial at the National Weather Center in Oklahoma City

2014

Finalist Arte Mondadori - Triennale di Milano

Finalist Premio Fondazione Olivetti