Biography

Margherita Paoletti is an illustrator, a designer and an artist. She graduated at the European Institute of Design in Rome in Illustration and Animation in 2012, and attended summer courses at the Central Saints Martin in London and at BTK in Berlin. 

Paoletti received my master degree in Illustration and Graphic Design at ISIA, in Urbino in 2015. In the past year she has been doing Artistic Residencies in Estonia an Japan.

Currently Margherita is living between London and Rovereto where she is focusing on digital painting and jewellery design. The artists works on illustrating stories and concepts using different techniques like painting, drawing and etching.

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Artworks

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Alchimiare, 2016

24 x 34 cm

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Ginestre, 2019

40 x 50 cm

€ 150,00

Human, 2016

24 x 17 cm

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Journal

Events, Posted on 19/09/2019

WORKSHOP DI LINOLEUMGRAFIA AL FORTE DI CIVEZZANO

by Cellar Contemporary

In occasione del finissage della mostra "Fandango", domenica 22 settembre alle 15:00 si terrà un laboratorio di stampa a cura di Margherita Paoletti

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Events, Posted on 19/06/2019

MARGHERITA PAOLETTI'S NEW PROJECT FOR THE MANTUAN URBAN ART FESTIVAL "WITHOUT FRONTIERS"

by Camilla Nacci

For the Art White Night in Lunetta, taking place on June, 22nd, the artist proposes "The air inside. Track of visual memories", a backwards journey in her approach to art.

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Events, Posted on 07/05/2019

LA REPUBBLICA DI SAN MARTINO

by Camilla Nacci

On Saturday 11th May, the party "The River That Does Not Exist" is back!The event reaffirms more than ever in this edition the peculiar identity of the San Martino district.

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Events, Posted on 25/04/2019

MARGHERITA PAOLETTI FOR OSTERIA DEGLI ARTISTI

by Camilla Nacci

The collaboration between Cellar Contemporary and the new Osteria degli Artisti of Riva del Garda with the project by Margherita Paoletti “Natura corporea illuminazione interiore di paesaggi nascosti” opens on Sunday 28 April - curated by Virginia Raffael

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