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Giosetta Fioroni (Rome, 1932) is an Italian painter. Born into a family of artists (her father Mario was a sculptor, painter’s mother), she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, where she was a pupil of Toti Scialoja. She traveled to Paris (between 1958 and 1962), exposes the Seventh Quadrennial of Rome in 1955 and the following year at the XXVIII Venice Biennale. Giosetta Fioroni attended the artistic environment related to The Turtle Gallery Plinio De Martiis in Rome. She knows Cy Twombly, De Kooning, Rauschenberg. In a solo in 1961 with the Turtle Umberto Bignardi began to exhibit paintings made with industrial colors, aluminum and gold, bearing marks, signs, symbols, stacked and deleted. She attended the group Verri and Group 63. It is part of the School of Piazza del Popolo with Tano Festa, Mario Schifano and Franco Angeli with whom she exhibited at the Venice Biennale of 1964 (the Biennale of Pop Art) invited by Maurizio Calvesi. From 1963 she worked with images projected on the canvas, in 1967 at the Galleria del Naviglio in Milan presents a series of works with faces and female figures on white background. Revisit past works, Botticelli, Carpaccio, Simone Martini. In 1968 Giosetta Fioroni inaugurated the exhibition The theater of exhibitions with the Turtle action entitled The warning signal then resubmitted the Rome Quadrennial 1973. Since 1969 she approached the world of fairy tales and legends: paintings, boxes, and theaters open to the world of personal and collective memory. Belong to the eighties collaborations with writers and poets. In 1990 the National Institute for Graphics in Rome organized an anthology withGiosetta Fioroni’s works on paper. At the Venice Biennale in 1993 is a personal room and in the same year she started working with ceramics.

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