Giulia Mangoni, (1991), is an Italian-Brazilian artist whose practice revolves around the ethics of return; she is interested in creating orchestrated interventions through the lens of painting in order to deconstruct notions of memory and identity linked to specific geographies and decentralized communities. Her work develops through visual methods of personal narration, often the result of a dialogue with several voices, whose influences, relationships, and contributions help to create works that temporarily solidify this process of knowledge and world building in continuous evolution.


2019 – School of Visual Arts, New York, Art Practice MFA
2014 – City & Guilds BA (Hons) in Fine Art Painting
2012 – Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, (Summer Study): Contemporary Art in London
2011 – Foundation in Art & Design, University College Falmouth
2008 – Rhode Island School of Design Summer Course, (Pre-College): Major in Drawing
2009 – The British School of Rio de Janeiro, IB Diploma