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Marilina Marchica                                                                                 
Marilina Marchica è nata ad Agrigento dove lavora e vive, Ha conseguito la Laurea in Pittura all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna e ha svolto l’Erasmus all’Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Oltre alle mostre personali alla FAM Gallery di Agrigento, Spazio Hus Milano, San Sebastiano Contemporary Palazzolo Acreide (Sr) e all’intervento site- specific per la cripta della Chiesa di Santa Maria del Piliere a Palermo, si ricorda la partecipazione alla seconda edizione del Premio FAM, promosso dalle Fabbriche Chiaramontane di Agrigento, e alla residenza d’artista a Villa Aurea - Valle dei Templi, promossa dalla Sovrintendenza dei Beni Culturali di Agrigento
Le sue opere sono state pubblicate nel Volume “New Collectors Book” edito a New York nel 2015 e presentate in diversi spazi,
sono presenti nella collezione della Fondazione Fabbriche Chiaramontane di Agrigento, e in diverse collezioni private negli Stati Uniti.

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Marilina Marchica (Agrigento, 1984) lives and works in Rome. She trained at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia and the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, where she graduated in Painting. He has participated in several exhibitions on national and international territory.
In addition to the solo shows at the FAM Gallery in Agrigento, the A Sud Arte Contemporanea gallery in Realmonte, Spazio Hus Milano and the site-specific exhibition for the crypt of the Church of Santa Maria del Piliere in Palermo,
we remember his participation in the FAM Prize of the Chiaramontane Factories of Agrigento and at the artist's residence in Villa Aurea - Valle dei Templi, curated by the Superintendency of Cultural Heritage of Agrigento.
His works have been published in art magazines and volumes including "The New Collectors Book", edited by Basak Malone (New York, 2015).

Landscape and PaperLandscape 
Is a series of artworks inspired by landscape and nature,
nature and the passage change over time,
we change nature and nature changes man
the connection between man and nature is very strong
the title of the artworks, not only to be a reference to the material used but is a reflection on the theme of the fragility of the landscape.
Almost all hand Artworks are fully stretched canvas prepared with natural fabrics, pa- pers and the canvas are often prepared through washings and baths inside tanks color pigment.
I love using natural cotton, jute canvas and vegetable papers.