Anna Marzuttini

1990 born in Gemona del Friuli, Italy, lives and works between Venice and Udine

From 2011 to 2018 she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice. Here, in 2018, you obtained the Second Level Diploma in Visual Arts and Performing Arts. Between 2019 and 2020 she is one of the artist in Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation’s Ateliers and in 2021 takes place her first solo exhibition Off the Grid , curated by Suburbia Contemporary Art Gallery, Florence.

She has participated in several group exhibitions, including “Malutta in Space,” curated by Fondazione Malutta and Gloria Pasotti, Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, 2023; “PETRICORE,” curated by Giulia Mariachiara Galliano, Riccardo Vailati, and Lorenzo Valota, Pagazzano Castle (BG), 2023; “Selva Tràgica,” DB+K Art Gallery, Rome, 2022; “Nelle selve non più belve,” curated by Daniele Capra, Tiziana, and Isabella Pers, and Atelier F, Rave East Village Artist Residency, Manzano (UD), 2022; “Urban environments and imaginary spaces,” Suburbia Contemporary Art Gallery, Barcelona, 2021; “VACCANZA,” curated by Gianluca D’Incà Levis, Dolomiti Contemporanee, Casso (PN), 2022; “Pesi Massimi,” curated by Fondazione Malutta and Augusto Maurandi, Spazio Punch, Venice, 2020; “Opera Viva,” curated by Amerigo Nutolo, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Piazza San Marco, Venice, 2019; “Guardatemi il più possibile,” curated by Elisabetta Barisoni and Alessia Del Bianco, Museo Cà Pesaro, Venice, 2018. She is also a member of the artistic collective Fondazione Malutta.

Her artistic research delves into the complexity of the organic world, highlighting life forms with functions different from those of humans and, in general, animals. They serve as gateways to new worlds and ways of perceiving and approaching existence.