Anna Madia, graduated in Painting at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts of Turin in 2002. In 2011, she’s among the artists selected by Vittorio Sgarbi for the Italian Pavilion of the 54th Venice Biennial (Piedmont Region). In 2010 she won a triennialy workshop at the Ginkgo Contemporary Art Centre in Troyes (France) and in 2009 she became «tutor in painting» at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts of Turin. Artistically active in Italy and abroad, she has been selected as finalist at the Italian Factory Prize in 2004, at the Cairo Award in 2006, at the British Portrait Award of the National Portrait Gallery of London in 2007; she has won in 2008 the Renaissance Prize of the Italian Cultural Institut of London and La Fenice Prize of Venice. Some of her works belong to private and public collections including the Imbersago Art Gallery Permanent Collection, the Gaeta Art Gallery Permanent Collection, the Miroglio Collection, the Savings Bank Foundation of Cuneo Permanent Collection, Villa Croce Art Museum Collection of Genova and the Gabinetto of ancient and modern etchings of Bagnacavallo.