Anna Caruso
Artist / Painter

Anna Caruso lives and works in Milan.

Graduated in painting and restoration at the Academy of fine Arts in Bergamo, Italy in 2004.

She currently works with international galleries, including Studio d’Arte Cannaviello in Milan, Anna Marra Contemporanea in Rome, and Thomas Masters Gallery in Chicago.

In 2017 she was invited to create a mural for the city of Milan as a public commission. In 2016 she was a finalist at Laguna Art Prize. In the same year she presented two solo shows: the first was in Milan, “Sillabari di Goffredo Parise” curated bu Flavio Arensi at Studio d’Arte Cannaviello along with a catalog published by All Around Art Editions; the second one was in Rome, “Sei se ricordi” curated by Lorenzo Respi at Anna Marra Contemporanea, catalog published by Gangemi Editore.

In 2015 she was invited to participate in the 5th edition of Premio Fabbri “A century of Black Cherry.” In 2014 she won the special prize at the VII Talent Prize in Rome, and she was a finalist at Premio Lissone and Premio Terna 06. In the same year she presented a solo show in Cremona, “L’orizzonte degli eventi” at Interno18 Gallery. In 2013 she was finalist at Premio Arte Mondadori, Combat Prize, and Bonatto Minella Prize.

Anna Caruso
Artist / Painter

Anna Caruso lives and works in Milan.

Graduated in painting and restoration at the Academy of fine Arts in Bergamo, Italy in 2004.

She currently works with international galleries, including Studio d’Arte Cannaviello in Milan, Anna Marra Contemporanea in Rome, and Thomas Masters Gallery in Chicago.

In 2017 she was invited to create a mural for the city of Milan as a public commission. In 2016 she was a finalist at Laguna Art Prize. In the same year she presented two solo shows: the first was in Milan, “Sillabari di Goffredo Parise” curated bu Flavio Arensi at Studio d’Arte Cannaviello along with a catalog published by All Around Art Editions; the second one was in Rome, “Sei se ricordi” curated by Lorenzo Respi at Anna Marra Contemporanea, catalog published by Gangemi Editore.

In 2015 she was invited to participate in the 5th edition of Premio Fabbri “A century of Black Cherry.” In 2014 she won the special prize at the VII Talent Prize in Rome, and she was a finalist at Premio Lissone and Premio Terna 06. In the same year she presented a solo show in Cremona, “L’orizzonte degli eventi” at Interno18 Gallery. In 2013 she was finalist at Premio Arte Mondadori, Combat Prize, and Bonatto Minella Prize.

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    Black Cube
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    Void
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