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Claudia Giraudo

Turin, 1974

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Engaged since always in the exploration of a dreamlike world, imbued with mystery and magic, often indecipherable, undeniably fascinating, Claudia Giraudo focuses on portraits of young people caught in the moment of transition between childhood and adolescence, capturing that perfect instant that separates innocence from awareness. Nothing in her work is fast, nothing escapes but everything, every single character and every setting, seems to enjoy a peace that is given by the slow acceptance of time as a precious gift, never to be wasted and to be enjoyed in its slow becoming.

Claudia Giraudo was born in 1974 in Turin. She graduated in 2001 with top marks from the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin, under the guidance of Franco Fanelli. She embarked on her research path in the field of figurative painting, forming herself through the study of the works of Renaissance and Northern European Masters; this background emerges both in technique and in the choice of subjects, while still maintaining her personal stylistic signature. She exhibits frequently at art fairs, private galleries, and public institutional venues, including the National Etruscan Museum Villa Giulia and the Carlo Bilotti Museum in Villa Borghese in Rome, the Polo del 900 in Turin, the Jewish Museum in Bologna, The Artist House in Tel Aviv, and the Casa del Conte Verde Museum in Rivoli. Her works are also found in permanent collections and national and international museum acquisitions, including the Harmony Art Foundation in Mumbai (India), the Macist Museum in Biella, the Eusebio Museum in Alba, the Council Hall in Bossolasco, and the Civic Museum in Bevagna.

She has participated in numerous group exhibitions at PUNTO SULL'ARTE, such as "Fun 4 Kids" (2022), and since 2016 she has been participating in the annual exhibition "<20 15x15 / 20x20". Among the solo exhibitions at the Galleria Varesina, "Daimon" (2016), "The Age of Innocence" (2018), "A Kind of Magic" (2020), and "Invisible Alchemies" (2023) are noteworthy. She lives and works in a small village in the Asti area.