Silvia Pallini, born in Pontedera (Italy), lives and work in Florence since 1999.
2017 Degree in Painting, Academy of Fine Arts, Florence.
Since 2013 she has attended several Artistic Residencies, workshops and participated in several group exhibitions.
2013- art residence with Christoph M. Loos at the art studio Jens J. Meyer in Essen (Germany).
Sculpture and photography workshop in Tinos (Greece), project between the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and the TEI (Technological Educational Institute) of Atene.
Floating islands. Laboratorio de papel , group exhibition at the Sala de Exposiciòn Oteiza, Bilbao (Spain).
The Topography of Citizenship , curated by Pietro Gaglianò, group exhibition at the SRISA Gallery of Contemporary Art, Florence.
2014- She was involved in the performance Allumettes by the artist Filippo Berta, presented by Pietro Gaglianò at the SUC Le Murate Progetti Arte Contemporanea of Florence.
L’Aquila A.D. 2014 Zona Rossa , project by Silvia Pallini, artistic intervention in the center of L’Aquila.
2016 Studi Aperti 2016 , Accademia a Palazzo, exposição coletiva no Palace of the Painters, Florença, para a XXI Ed. Open Courtyards and Gardens.
Flowers , group exhibition, at the Giardino dei Semplici botanical garden, Florence.
Sculpture research (terracotta) at Vincenzo Santoriello's studio in Vietri sul Mare, Salerno.
Site specific artwork Il Messaggero Invisibile, the winner of the competition I giardini d'Arte di Via Caravaggio, I Edizione. This project was organized by Ivan D'Alberto and produced by Carlo Maresca Spa, Pescara (Italy).
Flowers 2nd edition, group exhibition, at the Giardino dei Semplici botanical garden, Florence.
Since 2019, has devoted herself to pictorial experimentation, with a particular focus on paper, inks and natural materials. Silvia has chosen Lisbon (Portugal) as place of research. Art residency in Comporta (Portugal) at the Pool Studio, Atelier of Salomé Nascimento, where she produced a video documentary.
2020, Solo exhibition Sobre a Luz, Livraria Sá da Costa - Galeria, Lisbon.