About Livia Burchianti

Born in Sao Paulo (Brazil) on December 23, 1989, Livia Castellari Burchianti expresses herself through drawing and painting since her early ages. Only child to Marcello Burchianti and Silvia Castellari, learns from her mother, an architect, the harmony between colors, the plight look and the balance of volumes and shapes.

When she was one and a half years old, she started school at Atelier de Arte e Expressão Escola Viva where, for the next three years, she got in touch with most various types of material and artistic techniques. Since her first scrawls, a natural talent is noticeable. At four years old, she started at a bilingual school Eugenio Montale where she was literate in Italian. At seven years old, she changed school and started at Liceu Pasteur.

The Oil painting entered her life when she was eleven. At fifteen, she started painting human figures and ever since, never stopped. After the tragic death of her father in 2007 and the prep courses to enter the university, her dedication to painting diminished considerably. Nevertheless, Livia never stopped painting.

On December 2011, at 21 years old, she was invited to participate on a exhibition with the group of Japanese artists Bikoo Kai, at the Consulate of Argentina in Rio de Janeiro (RJ).

In 2015, at 25 years old, she graduated medical school at Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Santa Casa de São Paulo. During med school, painting was an outlet throughout the exhausting demands of her course.

Livia has specialized in Otorhinolaryngology at the same institution. Joining Medicine and Art, Livia reconciles the artistic part on of scientific paper’s illustrations.

In 2017, with more than 10 years of work, she made the solo exhibition "L. Burchianti: a decade of art" at the Legislative Assembly of São Paulo. The exhibition featured more than 70 works, including oils, pastels and coal works.