Giulia Piera Livi is an interdisciplinary artist working in painting and installation. Her immersive rooms employ hyper-cohesive color and abstract forms to work out ideas of multi-functional art objects and curated domesticity. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally with notable shows at the Delaware Contemporary Museum (Wilmington, DE), Tiger Strikes Asteroid (Brooklyn, NY), Governor’s Island Art Fair (NY), Mono Practice (Baltimore, MD), Guest Spot @ the REINSTITUTE (Baltimore, MD), Untitled Space (New York, NY), VAE Gallery (Raleigh, NC), and Walter Otero Contemporary Art (San Juan, Puerto Rico). She received an Individual Artist Award from the Maryland State Arts Council in 2019 and a Trawick Young Artist Prize from the Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards in 2017. Giulia is currently part time faculty at Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY) and MICA (Baltimore, MD), as well as Associate Director of C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore’s longest continually operating contemporary art space.
MFA, 2017, Mount Royal School of Multidisciplinary Art, MICA