SE London studio visits

Sat 5 February 2022 : 11:00am – 12:30pm

Drawing Room invites its members for an exclusive morning visit to the studios of artists Lucia Pizzani & Martin Cordiano, located near Brixton.

Please contact [email protected] to book your place. 

This private studio visit tour is part of Drawing Room's exclusive Members events programme. If you wish to become a member and access our private events please contact [email protected] or visit our Join page.

About the artists:

Lucia Pizzani (Caracas, 1975). holds a BA in Communications Studies, (Universidad Católica Andres Bello, Caracas), Certificate in Conservation Biology from CERC at Columbia University (New York) and Master in Fine Arts from the Chelsea College of Art and Design (London). Recent collaborations and commissions include The Photographers Gallery, The Cultivist, and Fundación Marso in México City where she did an artist in residency and exhibition in 2019. Her work has been featured in Studio International, BBC News, Vogue, Monopol Magazine, Loose Associations (TPG), Hotshoe, Artishock Magazine, and ArtNexus amongst other media. Pizzani’s work revolves around issues of gender, body, and a lifelong interest in nature. This combination also feeds from the various studies she has done of Visual Communication, Conservation Biology, and Fine Arts. 

Martin Cordiano's (Buenos Aires, b. 1975) practice delves into the ways space signifies us and, in turn, how it is signified by us. He aims to renegotiate cultural agreements involving the comprehension of our surroundings through absences, limits, and encounters. He understands space as a malleable matter: with a narrative, a memory, a transforming ability, and the possibility to lay across language, subjects, and time. Cordiano is a visual artist currently living and working in London. He holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Central Saint Martins. He has participated in several exhibitions internationally such as 57th Venice Biennale,1st BienalSur, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Margin of Error, Balin House Project, London, UK. 

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LucĂ­a Pizzani, Serpientes, ornamento y ceremonia [Serpents, ornament and ceremony] 2021 Black Faience clay on Somerset paper Courtesy the artist