Among the Olive Trees and Art: Rossella Biscotti

"I met contemporary art at the age of 23, but since I was a child I have always sought creative forms of expression, particularly in theater and cinema". 

With these words, Italian artist Rossella Biscotti (b. Molfetta, 1978) tells us about her beginnings in her homeland, Puglia and then in Napoli, where she studied and started her international artistic path. A path that in recent years has developed primarily in Asia and which, due to the COVID-19 lockdown, has forced her to return to...

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