Ludovica Gioscia (b.1977, Rome) lives and works in London. She graduated with an MA in Fine Art Media from the Slade School of Art in 2004 and has been exhibiting internationally since. Gioscia’s work is influenced by the visual excesses of the Baroque and is informed by retail and social anthropology. Lately the artist is exchanging her previous linear time based modus operandi for one that incorporates work from the past as well as from the future. The results of this evolution will manifest in three solo shows next year: T-Space in Milan, Christian Baert in Los Angeles and at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery in London at the beginning of 2018.
Previous solo exhibitions include; Neurotic Seduction Astral Production, John Jones Project Space, London (2014); Vermilion Glow Bleeds Rust, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan (2013); Forecasting Ouroboros, MACRO, Rome (2012); Wild Boys, VITRINE, London, (2010) and Papered Portraits, The Warhol, Pittsburgh (2009). Recent group exhibitions include; L’arte che accadra’, Palazzo Fiano, Rome, (2016); Identify your limitations, acknowledge the periphery, VITRINE, London, (2016); Imitation Game, Maraya Art Park (2015); Liquid Lead, Off Biennale Cairo, Darb 1718, Cairo, (2015); Èdra. Connecting Landscapes, American Academy, Rome (2014); I Killed My Father, I Ate Human Flesh, I Quiver With Joy, Allegra LaViola (2013) and Material, Salon 94 (2012), New York.