Biography

Lulù Nuti’s multi-disciplinary approach is based on the use of materials as vectors of a different sensibility and language. Questioning our relationship with space, nature and the environment, her works reflect the feelings of powerlessness and responsibility of our time. In her quest for hybridity and contrasts, the artist combines plaster, concrete and metal with natural elements, forcing materials to coexist in an organic whole. In this way, her works contain multiple and contradictory interactions, between fragility and resistance, rupture and solidity, presence and effacement.

After graduating from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris in 2012, Lulù Nuti has exhibited in Italy and abroad in public and private institutions including Fondazione Pescheria, Pesaro, IT (2024); Fondazione Nicola del Roscio, Rome (2023); Gubbio Biennial, Italy; Palazzo Collicola, Spoleto, Italy; Musée des Beaux Arts d’Angers, France; British School at Rome (2023); Parco Archerologico dell’Appia Antica, Rome; Palazzo Marescalchi Belli, Rome (2022); Postmasters Rome (2020); Italian Cultural Center, New-Delhi, India (2019); La Panacée (MFW, MO.CO., Montpellier, 2018); Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, FR (2014); Museo CAMUSAC (Rilevamenti 2, Cassino, 2020); Biwako Biennale (Fairy Tale, Japan, 2012) and in private galleries including Galleria Alessandra Bonomo (Part 1, Rome, 2017); Galerie Italienne (La Musée, Paris, 2020); Renata Fabbri (SOTTO, Milano, 2022). In 2022 her sculpture Too much heat, nothing to eat travels around the world ( IIC New-York, USA; IIC Seoul, Corea; Changijang Museum of Contemporary Art, China ) with We Love Art, vision and creativity Made in Italy, a project promoted by Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and CDP, curated by Ludovico Pratesi and Marco Bassan.

Solo shows include the site-specific exhibition Sistema at archeological site Case Romane del Celio (Rome, 2015) and Calcare il Mondo at Galerie Chloé Salgado (Paris, 2018). In 2018 she founded the artistic duo LU.PA together with Pamela Pintus, an artistic identity that operates through performance actions and site-specific works.

Lulù Nuti’s multi-disciplinary approach is based on the use of materials as vectors of a different sensibility and language. Questioning our relationship with space, nature and the environment, her works reflect the feelings of powerlessness and responsibility of our time. In her quest for hybridity and contrasts, the artist combines plaster, concrete and metal with natural elements, forcing materials to coexist in an organic whole. In this way, her works contain multiple and contradictory interactions, between fragility and resistance, rupture and solidity, presence and effacement.

After graduating from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris in 2012, Lulù Nuti has exhibited in Italy and abroad in public and private institutions including Fondazione Pescheria, Pesaro, IT (2024); Fondazione Nicola del Roscio, Rome (2023); Gubbio Biennial, Italy; Palazzo Collicola, Spoleto, Italy; Musée des Beaux Arts d’Angers, France; British School at Rome (2023); Parco Archerologico dell’Appia Antica, Rome; Palazzo Marescalchi Belli, Rome (2022); Postmasters Rome (2020); Italian Cultural Center, New-Delhi, India (2019); La Panacée (MFW, MO.CO., Montpellier, 2018); Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, FR (2014); Museo CAMUSAC (Rilevamenti 2, Cassino, 2020); Biwako Biennale (Fairy Tale, Japan, 2012) and in private galleries including Galleria Alessandra Bonomo (Part 1, Rome, 2017); Galerie Italienne (La Musée, Paris, 2020); Renata Fabbri (SOTTO, Milano, 2022). In 2022 her sculpture Too much heat, nothing to eat travels around the world ( IIC New-York, USA; IIC Seoul, Corea; Changijang Museum of Contemporary Art, China ) with We Love Art, vision and creativity Made in Italy, a project promoted by Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and CDP, curated by Ludovico Pratesi and Marco Bassan.

Solo shows include the site-specific exhibition Sistema at archeological site Case Romane del Celio (Rome, 2015) and Calcare il Mondo at Galerie Chloé Salgado (Paris, 2018). In 2018 she founded the artistic duo LU.PA together with Pamela Pintus, an artistic identity that operates through performance actions and site-specific works.

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