Pax Paloscia is a multi-talented figure from Rome.
This artist is an experienced photographer, painter, street photographer, director of artistic and music videos, poet, and even book publisher. You may know her from one of her most prominent works, “Let the Kids Play”. This book documents the world of children growing up in their post-modern childhood. It forms part of Drago’s “36 Chambers” series, and through graffiti, drawings, and some photography, Pax puts together a piece that symbolizes objects the same way the children in the book, or we did, when we were younger.
Pax graduated from the International Center of Photography.
Now a mother of two, she is greatly influenced by the world of children, and of course, street art culture. She has a grand stylistic freedom, exploring with colors, shapes, collage-work, and words to tell her poetic stories like her own personal diary She collaborated as a free-lancer with publishing houses that include Rolling Stones, Urban, and EnVille. Other collaborations include entities such as McCann Erickson, IBM, Nike, Mazda, and Levi’s, for which she painted and photographed pieces for their exhibitions. This mother of two currently lives in between Rome and New York due to the high demand of work.
Aside from her works for clients, she has exhibited her work in the White Noise Gallery, Rome, Addict Gallery, Paris, Street Art Collective, Berlin, and multiple other cities including Singapore, New York, Milan, Bogota, and Munich.
Find Pax Paloscia at http://uauart.gallery/