Paola Musicò (b. 1990) is an Italian artist based in Milan, working between the UK and Italy. After graduating in Fine Arts, she gained a MA in Visual Arts from Brera Fine Art Academy in Milan.
Her practice draws its inspiration from personal experiences exploring feelings such as nostalgia, abandonment and dismay.
Ranging from immersive site-specific installation to book publications, her artworks involve different media including photography, video and literature.
In September 2019 she had a solo show 'Debris' at The Fitzrovia Chapel, London. Her projects have been recently featured at Assembly Point, London and VIAFARINI, Milan. She has also been selected to take part in Threads Kent Residency Programme 2018.
'Debris', September 2019, The Fitzrovia Chapel, London
'Every Thing', July 2018, Assembly Point, London, UK
'Dei Nuovi Confini della Fotografia', June 2018, VIAFARINI, Milan, Italy
'Art Licks Weekend', Assembly Point Open Studios, London, UK
'Brera in Contemporaneo', Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Italy
MA Degree Show, Brera Fine Arts Academy, Milan, Italy
'Combina - Osservatorio 7', San Carpoforo, Milan, Italy
'Codice - Osservatorio 6', Chiostro di Voltorre, Varese, Italy
'Threads Kent Residencies', Dover Studio Collective, Dover, UK
'La Nostalgia della Sensibilità', interview on Hestetika Magazine by Eleonora Gargantini
'Combina', exhibition catalogue, critical text by Ignazio Gadaleta
'Codice', exhibition catalogue, critical text by Ignazio Gadaleta, Dany Vescovi and Italo Bressan.
'Arte Magazine', November 2011 n°459, p. 98.
MA (Honours) Fine Arts, Brera Fine Arts Academy, Milan
BA (Honours) Fine Arts, Brera Fine Arts Academy, Milan