Pollarolo and her work enter a deep, and often conscientious, philosophical dimension. In this revealing space, spherical shapes repeat, intertwine, and connect, forming a molecular community and place of unity; one that acknowledges our place and relationship with the vast universe and that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye.
Gianna Pollarolo de la Lama lives and works in Lima, Peru, her native country. She is a graduate of the Pontificia Universidad Catolica with a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts specializing in painting and has been a finalist in the X National Contest of Young Artists (1995). She has served as director of Signos Gallery in Lima from 1993 to 1995 and her work has been exhibited in museums and fairs in Peru and abroad including: FIA (Feria Iberoamericana de Arte); Art Miami; ARCO, Spain; PARC, Lima; Art Lima, Lima; Open Studios Barranco, Lima; Odeon, Bogota; Scope, Miami. Pollarolo's work has also been included in the 8th International Biennial Print & Drawing, Taipei Fine Arts Museums in Taiwan and has taken part in numerous group and individual exhibitions in Galeria Forum (Lima), Cecilia Gonzalez (Lima), Galeria 39 (Venezuela), Galeria Sala de Espera (Colombia) among others.
Gianna Pollarolo currently works with Galeria Forum, Galeria GBGarts and 0-Art Project. She actually lives in Lima, Peru. Her work is part of private collections, such as the Manuel Santa Cruz Lopez and Hochschild collections as well as the Museo de San Marcos in Lima.