Alice Pasquini is one of the most recognized names in the international Urban Art scene, both for her murals, as well as her studio work, which is present in museums, galleries and collections all over the world.

he Roman artist is currently developing several lines in her artistic research. She loves transferring her hundreds of sketches both to the walls of the cities she visits as well as the surfaces of found objects. But for several years she has also delved into the possibilities of three-dimensions in her production.

For Alice, urban intervention entails a profuse study of the environment, the people who will live with her art and the life that each piece will have in its urban context. This research is one of the characteristics that has led her to the top of the urban art scene, shining on an international scale.

“Once gone, my tracks continue to evolve with the city. In many cases, resistant to weather and aging together with the wall. They become an integral part of that place and that story.”

Alice also stands out for her studio work. The pieces keep the notable characteristics of what she paints in the street: a pictorial line, personal and recognizable, as well as characters immersed in their daily lives, diverse and lyrical.

In her art, Alice depicts timeless, universal emotions. Her art focuses on feminine imagery from an everyday perspective, with nuanced language and an intimate tone. Real women who feel and enjoy life, they always show themselves strong and determined to live. Brave women.

Check available art work here.

MIND THE WALL project #18 Supported by JAMESON | ALICE PASQUINI x Swinton Gallery | Feb. 2017