Arianna Garcia-Fialdini’s work in paint and print media deals with issues raising awareness of gender violence and social change. From 2010 until recently, her work has been exploring the conditions of women from the marginal sidelines. In many ways, her work is a direct observation and comment on social realities with which the artist remains closely informed after having graduated with her BFA degree in painting and drawing at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Arianna recently completed her MFA studies in painting at the Burren College of Art in Co. Clare, Ireland and her artistic goal is currently concentrating on storytelling in the form of portraits and large-scale murals that humanize and represent socio-political experiences, while expressing her own perspective as a form of activism on diverse situations.
Arianna has exhibited in Mexico, Canada, and Ireland. She currently works and lives in Montreal, Canada.
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