Antonella Zazzera was born in Todi in 1976, where she lives and works. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Pietro Vannucci in Perugia, where she graduated in Painting in 1999.
Later, she has deepened the study of Italian art and the recovery of its values: Track, Light, Space. Her artistic research, ranging from painting to photography to sculpture, is based on “Segnotraccia”, visual and sensory archetype totally identified with being in its becoming.
The current work comes as the result of a process, starting from photographic survey, that led her to investigate the centrality of Light in the definition of Space and Form.
In 2005 she won the 1° Premio per la giovane Scultura Italiana (1st Prize for young Italian Sculpture) estabilished by the National Academy of San Luca in Rome, curated by Nicola Carrino, Pietro Cascella and Carlo Lorenzetti. In 2016 she receives the Arnaldo Pomodoro Sculpture Price.
Zazzera’s works are appreciated by many Italian and foreign collectors and have been exhibited in important Italian and foreign cities, including Perugia, Venice, Rome, Haifa, New York, Viborg, Paris, Brussels, Milan, Beijing, Tokyo, London, Seattle and Washington.