Bio Marisol Malatesta
b. 1976 Lima, Perú
She studied at the Universidad Católica del Perú where she graduated in Fine Art (Painting) in 2000. In 2002 and 2003 she received a Post Graduate Diploma and a MFA from Byam Shaw School of Art at Central Saint Martins (London). She teaches at Arts University Bournemouth since 2010. Currently she runs Tilde a multidisciplinary project that includes bread making, residencies and exhibitions.
Her recent solo shows include: My nose grows Now! At Luis Miroquesada Garland Gallery and Sala 770 Centro Cultural Ricardo Palma (Lima 2017), Orange beats Blue, Blue beats Yellow, Yellow beats Orange at Maquis Projects (Izmir 2014), AΔB at Spazio19 (Bergamo 2014), Corrosion of the Character at Vegapunk Projects (Milan 2014), Parts of the Face are Not Likely to Move Much Either at the Peruvian Embassy In London (London 2010).
Her work has being included in group shows and projects such as; Weavers of the Clouds, Fashion and Textile Museum (London, 2019), Art Recipe Book Project 2018 (Arts University Bournemouth), DROP: Beyond Boundaries, Goodman Art Centre (Singapore, 2018), Messages From a New America, The 10th Mercosul Biennial, (Porto Alegre, 2016), An Argument for Difference, TSA Gallery (New York, 2016), Connecting Worlds at The Drawing Room, (London, 2014), Remesas: flujos simbólicos / movilidades de capital at Fundación Telefónica, (Lima 2013), The Europe Triangle at the Royal College of Art Gallery (London 2013), Jerwood contemporary Painters 2007 (London, Cardiff and Manchester, 2017).
She currently lives and works in Treviglio / Bergamo.