Elisabetta Bacci, born in Trieste, is a visual artist and curator and has lived in Venice, London, New York and Genoa. She has a Master’s Degree in visual arts attained at the Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti (Academy of fine arts) of Genoa and a Master’s degree in History of Art and Historic and Artistic Heritage Conservation attained at the Università of Udine. Catalogues published include texts written by Emilia Marasco, Khaled Fouad Allam, Antonio Cattaruzza, Robert Inhof and Gianni Spizzo in Italian, Slovene, English and French and photographs by Dominik Fras, Annalisa Pisoni, Lucio Perini, Milena Rajnar and Nataša Kos.
Elisabetta’s work mainly consists of acrylic paintings on canvas, these paintings are divided in cycles that deals with subjects linked to a spiritual meditative context, three are the colour fields that exchanges dialogue one with the other. Subsequently she sets them and places them in an urban context for various cities. Every cycle creates, when exposed, a sort of serial pictorial installation, meaning that there is a relation between the colours that she uses and environmental light. All together this generates a unique atmosphere.
Usually the exhibitions are composed by different sequences of canvasses, installations, small framed drawings-watercolours and framed photographs. She lives between Trieste and Vadarci (Slovenia).