Sergia Avveduti was born in Lugo (Ra) in 1965, she lives in Bologna.

She learned painting with the master Concetto Pozzati at the Academy of Fine Arts of Bologna where she works today as a teacher.

She has exposed in public and private spaces:


  • Fondazione Sandretto Rerebaudengo (Turin)
  • Triennale Design Museum (Milan)
  • Mambo (Bologna)
  • Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome)
  • Galleria d’Arte Moderna (Bologna)
  • Fondazione Teseco (Pisa)
  • Fondazione Bevilaqua La Masa (Venice)
  • Mart – Palazzo delle Albere (Trento)
  • Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone
  • Far Fabbrica arte (Rimini)
  • Palazzo dell’Arengario (Milan)
  • Palazzo delle Papesse (Siena)
  • Pinacoteca (Bologna)
  • Museo della città, Ala Nuova  (Rimini)
  • Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Faenza)
  • Atelier des Artistes (Marsiglia)
  • Le Botanique (Bruxelles)
  • Palazzo Kapetan Misino Zdanje (Belgrad)
  • Galleria Neon (Bologna)
  • Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea (Milan)
  • Neon>FDV (Milan)
  • Galleria Spazio A contemporanearte (Pistoia)
  • Erastudio HouseGallery (Milan))
  • Agenzia 04 (Bologna)
  • Cabinet (Milan)

“The ancient represent my space of concentration. Sometimes inside of it a casual meet is able to capture my attention and throws me through different levels of mental associations. Sometimes my softly but intrusive intervention can be barely perceived, other times I determined new forms starting from a suggestion. Those operations are usually caused by an essencial deepness, by a straightly geometry that needs to be highlighted, or the starting point melts down by following those lightness rules, tiny anomalies connected to an interior vision.”