< Silvia Pepe




Visionary artist, soprano singer, poet and composer working on installations featuring sculpture, materic paintings, digital art and voice based performances.
Her research is focused on the unconscious and on the energy of the body that reflects in mixed media works and sound design in a sort of rite.
Her music has been performed in international festivals and played by renowned orchestras, ensemble and soloists in Europe, Russia and USA. Silvia worked with Ensemble Intercontemporain, Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano, and won several musical prizes as singer and composer.
Her music is often integrated in the performances/installations.
She has been represented by Influx Gallery, London, Notting Hill (2022-23).


– The Holy Art Gallery (London: DECONSTRUCTION and ART IN LOOP; Athens gallery: UTOPIA),
– Villa Reale Monza, Italy (her installation and performance: CRY, 2022),
– Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano (MilanoFringeFestival 2018),
– Reggio Parma Festival Teatro Valli (MOSTRARIO by Yuval Avital, as the Mandrake),
– MakeAartGallery (Rome + virtual exhibition DINAMICA 2022),
– Fondazione Modigliani (Rome) Installation sculpture “Void” Psyche,
– Milano Passepartout Gallery Milano (Art and Fashion week,
– Gran Premio Arte Contemporanea, UNA Hotel Rho Fiera,
– Premio Michelangelo Palazzo Ximenès Panciatichi Firenze – ARTNOW,
– Nozzoli Prize exhibition in Livorno,
– Sanremo Biennale – Gran Premio stampa artistica 2023,
– MAG gallery Rome.
– Ibiza – Willdoo project Art management – Filmotica Studio Gallery “La luce delle Baleari” art exhibition;
– Personal exhibition – Mariano Comense, “Risorgimento 47” and Villa Sormani

Five musical Master Degrees in Milano G. Verdi Conservatory (summa cum laude)


As a visual artist, musician, performer and poet, my creative journey is an exploration of the impermanence that permeates and builds our lives.

The concept of iridescence and the transmutation of (chemical or natural) elements becomes a metaphor to capture the ephemeral nature of existence.

Apparently “negative” change generated by combustion and corrosion is linked to the concept of subtraction as a dialectical counterpoint to iridescence, representing the effects of loss and time.

Not merely destructive, but also transformative, the forces of subtraction and reduction speak about nature of time and the inevitable grieves we live with.

Fire is omnipresent in my art, as an agent of change or/and a metaphoric oxymoron of “destructive rebirth”.