Vittoria Piscitelli Italy, b. 1989


Vittoria Piscitelli (1989) is a visual artist whose research prefers the techniques of collage, embroidery and photography.

Her visual awareness take shape from the art history repertoires, the mass culture, till touching more conceptual languages.

She attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, graduating first in Painting and then in Graphic Design in 2012. She immediately exhibited in various solo shows such as U.G.L.Y u go losing yourself at Galleria D’Ayala 6 (Naples, 2013) and Abat-Jour (Naples, 2015) curated by Federica De Rosa and Corrado Morra at Galleria Arti Decorative. In 2017 she opened the exhibition Tutto questo l’ho fatto solo per te. at the Mapils gallery of Maria Pia de Chiara, curator with De Rosa and Morra, a cathartic and a formal turning point in the research of the Neapolitan artist.

Over the years she has participated in numerous group shows including MELI MELO in London at the RedChurch Street Gallery curated by Victoria Genzini, Marsida Rexhepaj and RIddhi Bhansal (2011); Il Corpo della Donna curated by Victoria Genzini (Milan, 2011); Who curated by Project&nd (2017) and Contrasti: Design dell’Accademia per la città curated by the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples both at the PAN - Palazzo delle Arti Napoli (2017).

Since 2014 she had collaborated on the recording project Le Strisce for Suonivisioni Records, creating the artistic concept for the album Hanno Paura di Guardarci Dentro, since 2016 she had worked for the Davide Petrella project with the album Litigare for Warner Music Italy in the role of visual art director and graphic designer. She still currently takes care of the visual image of the Tropico project for Universal Music Italy.

She currently lives and works in Naples.