Giorgia Severi

Giorgia Severi’s research examines the relationship between man and landscape, paying attention to the cultural connections and to the environmental and scientific matters related to a place. The anthropic intervention on nature and the history of Earth and its changes are the key points of the artist’s work on the archiving of the landscape. The country is fragmented to recall nowadays condition of the planet, quickly changing because of man intervention.

The artist uses mixed media: from sculpture to painting, from performance to video. Her recent projects include international exhibitions, artist-in-residence programs and site-specific works; among other shows in Italy, Paris, India and Australia, she participated at the 56th Venice Biennale with Country. She also displayed her work in many group shows, like the recent Back to the Land at Studio la Città, curated by Andrea Lerda.
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Available works

Installations

Videos

Available works


  • Pinus Pinea #1, 2021

    Ceramic
    50 x 35 x 6 cm


  • Phoenix Canariensis #2, 2022

    Ceramic
    39 x 11 x 10 cm


  • Abies Nebrodensis #2, 2019

    Chalks, graphite and wax crayons stabilized on paper on wooden table,
    90 x 65 x 3 cm


  • Mulga Tree#3, 2019

    Pastels, wax colors and graphite on paper
    40 x 30 cm


  • Ailanto, 2022

    Four-piece polyptych, terracotta,
    50 x 65 x 5 cm


  • Melting Glaciers - Brenta, 2017

    graphite and chalks on paper,
    200 x 150 cm


  • Dracena Drago #8, 2022

    Ceramic
    21 x 26 x 5 cm


  • Washingtonia Palm #3, 2022

    Stabilised chalks and wax crayons on paper, cardboard and aluminium sheet
    70 x 50 cm


  • Dracena Drago #6, 2022

    stabilised chalks and wax crayons on paper, cardboard and aluminium sheet
    70 x 50 cm


  • Dracena Drago #5, 2022

    stabilised chalks and wax crayons on paper, cardboard and aluminium sheet
    70 x 50 cm


  • LAURISILVA FOREST #3, 2023

    woven, digital printing on poster paper
    70 x 100 x 5,50 cm


  • LAURISILVA FOREST #2, 2023

    woven, digital printing on poster paper
    100 x 70 x 5,50 cm

Installations


  • Giorgia Severi and Andre Woodward, "In the forest loudly falling silent", 2023

    Installation view - Studio la Città, Verona


  • Back to the land, 2016

    installation view
    Studio la Città, Verona


  • Back to the land, 2016

    installation view
    Studio la Città, Verona

    News

  • On the occasion of the eighth ‘Vetrina‘, Vino Vero presents Climax #5 Venice, a site-specific work by Giorgia Severi. Vetrina presents a series of exhibitions curated by Mara Sartore for Vino Vero and in collaboration with Lightbox. Giorgia Severi’s project will be on display from 8 June to 3 September 2023.


  • Giorgia Severi first artist book, entitled SHOOTING STARS – BOTANICAL CONVERSATIONS WITH PETER LATZ will be presented at the first edition of BOOKS, the festival dedicated to art and artist books, which will take place at the MAMbo in Bologna from 26 to May 28th. Giorgia Severi has decided to donate the proceeds from the sale of books to two families affected by the recent flood in Emilia-Romagna.


  • On January 14, 2023, on the occasion of the finissage of the exhibitions: MICHAEL NAJJAR | cool earth and GIORGIA SEVERI – ANDRE WOODWARD | In the Forest loudly Falling Silent, Studio la Città organizes a special guided tour. Starting at 10:30 – CLICK HERE to participate.


  • Giorgia Severi is among the twenty Italian and international artists present in the show Tree Time, which will be open from 30 October 2020 until 30 May 2021 at MUSE, Trento.


  • Giorgia Severi participates with the artwork Once there was the Ocean – Mt. Zeil, West MacDonnell Range at the exhibition Selvatico [14].
    October 26, 2019 – January 19, 2020 | Museo Civico Luigi Varoli, Cotignola


  • Giorgia Severi is one of the protagonists of the Tree Time exhibition, curated by Daniela Berta and Andrea Lerda, which will open on 29 October 2019 at the Museo Nazionale della Montagna.
    30 October 2019 – 23 February 2020 | National Museum of the Mountain, Turin


  • Giorgia Severi with Land Rights News take part of Francesco Fabbri 2019 Award.