Vittoria Chierici is a renown, international painter and filmmaker, from Bologna, Italy.
She is temporarily working on her studio in New York. In 1979, she moved to the United States to complete her studies, first at the University of Berkeley and then at Columbia University where she enrolled in the Doctoral Program in Twentieth Century American Art. Since then she continued working in Bologna (Italy) and New York, participating to several solo or group expositions and taking part to various projects. She has been featured in essays and reviews by major Italian art writers and historians. Her paintings and video installations have been shown in the PAC, Contemporary Art Museum in Milano, The Times Center in New York, The Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and others. In 2010, invited by Corrado Levi and the art space in Milano, Lucie Fontaine, Chierici participated in the project, No Soul for Sale, at the Tate Modern Gallery in London. Since 2009, Chierici’s work is documented at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, In Washington DC.