Saturday, September 14, 2013, at 6:30pm, at the Officina Solare Gallery of Termoli (Cb), situated in Marconi 2, inaugurates the exhibit of painting of Danielle Villicana D’Annibale entitled Mimì, Cocò & Co.
The exposition, curated by Matilde Puleo, Angelo Andriuolo and Francesco Giulio Farachi, will host a selection of approximately 30 works of art from 2003 to 2013, of which 20 are unpublished works.
The solo exhibition presents the abstract path of the Californian artist in her last ten years of activity, a sort of “ready-made Dada Pop” which will remain visible, at free entrance, until Thursday, September 26, 2013. / Brief biography:
Danielle Villicana D’Annibale was born in San Francisco, in California, in 1972.
In 1994 she graduated in Art History and the Visual Arts with a B.A. from Occidental College of Los Angeles.
The love for the Renaissance took her to Italy in the same year, where she attended important masters and Florentine atelier, from Charles Cecil Studios to the Florence Academy, to the studio of Silvestro Pistolesi in 1996. Afterwards she learned the technique of fresco at the school of Leonetto Tintori of Prato.
In 2001 she enrolled in the Accademia di Belle Arti of Rome. She continued on the meantime her plastic and pictorial research, veering towards abstraction: the series Cigarette Box Paintings took life.
With the academic diploma obtained in 2006, the American transferred to Arezzo, where she may live in close contact with the art of Piero della Francesca.
Collaborating with her husband Maurizio D’Annibale, light designer, Danielle Villicana began working on the project Villa Margherita a Paradise for Artists in Tuscany and opened, in 2010, a contemporary art gallery in the heart of the city, immediately becoming a favored meeting place for Italian and foreign artists.
Since 1994 she has participated in solo and group exhibits in Italy and the United States.