Anna Capolupo (Lamezia Terme, 1983)’s work let you flow in her own and everyone’s life. The canvases, the papers, or the objects, created by the painter who is originally from Lamezia Terme (1983), have traveled along the world and Italy.
Anna Capolupo lives and works in Florence and boasts a career studded with many artistic residences, including the latest “LaCasaPark” in New York (2019) and “Un motive Costante” in Montelupo Fiorentino (2019). The neo-Florentine artist is the winner of: Combat prize 2016 in Livorno; Change 2016 promoted by Off Site Art and Art Bridge, Aquila and New York; Young at Art 2013, promoted by MACA (Acri Contemporary Art Museum). Graduated in 2008 in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Anna Capolupo has always painted and has always preserved her memories intact in her works. From the investigation of the urban context, of the city and the suburbs with its waste, the strong artistic sensitivity has guided her thought towards the figurative and often abstract narration of stories hidden in abandoned objects, found or kept in the most hidden corners of our memory. Memory is the key that opens the doors of Anna Capolupo’s most passionate and nostalgic vision. In her latest creations, she confronts herself with her childhood memories, and stories unearthed in the listening or the reading. In a more intimate, reflective, and imaginative dimension, her feelings even cross the threshold of dreams where everything floats enchanted and satisfied with the energy of colors, the same that happens to her paintings, too.