Marta Zanatti (Lisbon, 1995) is a multidisciplinary artist that currently lives and works in London.
She has a BA in Painting and she’s a graduate from Camberwell College of Arts, with a MA in Printmaking.
Zanatti's work is based on printmaking, photography, painting and drawing. Her practice is about Landscape and Spirituality and the thin border between the visible and invisible world. The fragmentation of the photograph and repositioning works is a way to evoke something beyond the initial view of the image taking the viewer to an unknown place.
Marta Zanatti finished her Fellowship in Printmaking, in Camberwell College of Arts, in December 2022 and she’s currently creating a new body of work that is a reflection about time and vanishing.
MA Fine Art: Printmaking, Camberwell College of Arts, London (Distinction)
BA Degree in Painting, Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts
FELLOWSHIPS AND RESIDENCIES
2021-2022 (15 months)
Printmaking Fellowship - Digital Print, Camberwell College of Arts, London
2022 (2 weeks)
Residency with POUSIO and Aldeia de S. José de Alcalar, Algarve, Portugal
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
"All the frequent troubles of our days", regroup collective, Four Corners Gallery, London
Curation: Rita Silveira Machado
"Flux", regroup collective, Espacio Gallery, London
"Intimacy", Fitzrovia Gallery, London
"Witheld", Safehouse 2, London
Curation: Rosie Zielinski
"Regroup/Advance", No Format Gallery, London
Camberwell MA Graduates, South London Gallery/Camberwell College of Arts, London
“Unmute”, Copeland Gallery, London