Federica Jeanne de Luca

Federica Jeanne de Luca biography

Federica Jeanne de Luca, born in Milan in 1974, graduated from the art school in Brera and graduated in architecture at the Milan Politecnico. After several experiences in the field of graphics, architecture, and publishing, she worked for the artist Minjung Kim as his study assistant. Today she lives and works in Milan.



Main personal exhibits

  • 2017 Silenzi fluttuanti galleria Studio Masiero personale edited by Claudio Cerritelli, Milan
  • 2016 Dialoghi tra le linee, Atelier Ciasmo con Green City Milan
  • 2013 Carte disegni caffè, Circolo Culturale Rossini 3, Milan
  • 2011 Microcosmi edited by G. Gabelli, Studio Gabelli, Milan
  • 2010 Microcosmi edited by Monica Masiero, Fondamenta SGR, Milan
  • 2008 Nidi di nodi edited by Monica Masiero, Bradipo Travel, Milan
  • 2007 Nidi uova rami, B4 Milan


Main collective exhibits

  • 2018 Kokin Libri d'artista, Galleria Nobili edited by Matteo Galbiati, Milano
  • 2018 Dimensione fragile, Manifesto della fragilità by Roberto Gramiccia, Biblioteca Vallicelliana, Roma
  • 2018 Circles, Associazione NOIBRERA, Stecca 3.0, Milan
  • 2018 Pinksie the Whale con Sotheby's e IED, Acquario Civico di Milano
  • 2018 Pinksie the Whale in collaboration with Sotheby's, GAMeC di Bergamo
  • 2013 Arte per arte dente per dente edited by Francesca Alfano Miglietti, Fondazione Mudima, Milan
  • 2018 Emotions edited by E. Sancassani and Franco Rossi for Cantina Manuela, Milan
  • 2018 XVII ed. Arte da mangiare, Piatto d'artista with Sarah Mancino, Hotel Straf, Milan
  • 2018 54 Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte della Biennale di Venezia edited by Vittorio Sgarbi, Sala Nervi, Torino
  • 2018 Arte Contemporanea for UNA Onlus, Società Umanitaria, Chiostro dei Glicini, Milan
  • 2018 Arte per arte dente per dente edited by G. Gabelli and Francesca Alfano Miglietti, Spazio Crispi Tre, Milan
  • 2018 Temporary Art edited by Monica Masiero Arte Contemporanea, Nest, Milan
  • 2009 Arte per arte dente per dente, Studio Gabelli, Milan
  • 2009 20x20 by Arianna Sartori Editore, Mantova
  • 2009 A tutto tondo edited by Duilio Zanni, Milan

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