Ludovica Gioscia (b. 1977, Rome, Italy) lives and works in London. She graduated with an MA Fine Art Media from the Slade School of Art in 2004 and previously with a BA(hons) Fine Art Media from Chelsea College of Art & Design in 2000.
Gioscia’s work is exhibited internationally and has featured in a number of publications. In 2010, Gioscia presented a large-scale decollage at The Miro’ Foundation in Barcelona; ‘The Beheaded Monarchs’ as part of a solo show at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, USA; and a series of collages on playgirl centrefolds as part of ‘Bunny Redux’ again at The Warhol Museum. Previous shows include a solo at Siobhan Davies Studios (2009), solo shows at The Agency and Sara Tecchia Roma New York (2009), and was part of group shows at the Jerwood Space, South London Gallery, MNAC in Bucharest, WAX in Budapest and Confort Moderne in Poitiers.