Camilla Ancilotto

Camilla Ancilotto

Camilla Ancilotto was born in 1970 in Rome, where she lives and works.
In 1999 she earned her Masters’ degree of Fine Arts, specializing in painting, at the New York Academy of Art.

Her artwork is unique in its approach and style. With creation that allows the viewer to have a piece of work that can be changed to reflect mood and style; many have stood in awe to see her creations that actually can move and change right before your eyes.

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Adamo ed Eva (Adem and Eve)

$11,300.00
$11,300.00

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Camilla Ancilotto

Oil on Wood

56″ x 27″

Original

This spectacular, vibrant and colorful oil on wood by Camilla entitled Adam and Eve is a work
that uses all the tools the artist has in her interpretation of this biblical story.  As the three-
sided panels can move, the painting has an infinite level of views and ideas expressed within it’s
beautiful and scholarly framework.  Experience the interactivity by clicking this link!

Camilla’s concept of the rotating triangles, within the art allows the viewer to experience Adam
and eve as the classic bare truth of naked beauty. But the painting can shift three ways to
reveal side after side after side. Side two: A side of stunning animals all blended together for
another take on the story. The beauty of the painting and the study of the animals inspired by
ancient India paintings where animals were combined to create larger images of the Mughal
period.

Beyond the proactive animals of the land, you can turn the triangles to side three of the
painting and uncover completely new images of Adam and Eve but, this time, they are created
with stunning underwater creatures.

The palate of the entire piece can transform from classical and portrait, to vibrantly colored
with animals and finally to deep blues and greens and a water like glow.

In short, this is a magical journey Camilla takes the viewer on. Changing images and metaphors
and a depth that this special art creates in a spellbinding fashion you can’t take your eyes off.

Allegoria del Trionfo di Venere (Allegory of the Triofodi Venus)

$14,700.00
$14,700.00

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Camilla Ancilotto

Oil on Wood

47″ x 41″

Original

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Il Figliol Prodigo (The Prodigal Son)

$13,600.00
$13,600.00

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Camilla Ancilotto

Oil and 24K Gold Leaf on Wood

31.5″ x 30.5″

Original

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Venere Reclina (Venus Reclined)

$56,600.00
$56,600.00

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Camilla Ancilotto

Oil and 24K Gold Leaf on Wood

33.5″ x 64″

Original

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San Sebastiano

$21,500.00
$21,500.00

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Camilla Ancilotto

Oil on Wood

81″ x 35″

Original

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Il Ratto delle Sabine (The Rape of the Sabine Women)

$68,000.00
$68,000.00

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Camilla Ancilotto

Oil on Wood

79″ x 67″

Original

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CAMILLA ANCILOTTO

Camilla Ancilotto was born in 1970 in Rome, where she lives and works.
In 1999 she earned her Masters’ degree of Fine Arts, specializing in painting, at the New York Academy of Art.

Her artwork is unique in its approach and style. With creation that allows the viewer to have a piece of work that can be changed to reflect mood and style; many have stood in awe to see her creations that actually can move and change right before your eyes.

Camilla calls it  “pitto-sculptural” and it is uses moving pieces of art on different planes that rotate. Think of a movement like a Rubik’s cube, but, with facades that create all new images as they rotate.  This incredible work is completely interactive. And the size and scope of the work has presence and gravitas. Many of her works stand from several feet to eight feet tall. And are in the format of both “paintings” for wall or a selection of scuptures.

Her designs are mounted on parallelepipeds on a steel frame that allows them to rotate on their axis. The look is exciting and inventive with combinations that create multiple images.

This kind of spectacular art captures the attention of all who see it. Begging to be talked about, inspiring to look at, and 100% interactive makes Camilla’s work stand alone in its originality of concept and format.  People who see her work in person always stand memorized.

Her impeccable credentials in her first solo exhibition was at the Ca ‘d’Oro Gallery in Rome (2003), followed  the Cloister of Bramante in Rome (2010), the Ca’ d’Oro Art Gallery of Miami (2011), the Freedom Tower of Miami Dade College (2012), the Camera dei Deputati in Rome (2012) and Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts of Spoleto (2017).

In the decade 2006-2016, Ancilotto took part in several group exhibitions including “Bestiario” (Galleria Ca’ d’Oro, Rome, 2006) and “He Was Lost and is Found” (Museum of the Cathedral Treasury of Vigevano).

In 2013 she was among the artists selected for the 55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale with her  provocative work “Deposition”.

In 2012 her monumental work “Original Sin” became part of the permanent collection of sculptures of the Wolfson Campus (Miami Dade College).

In 2017 Ancilotto created dazzling multi-colored polychrome works inspired by the ancient Chinese puzzle “Tangram”.  Often called the earliest psychological test in the world” from the Song dynast, this art garnered  much attention.  With the new cycle, entitled “Ab Ovo”, she becames a protagonist of the renowned Festival dei Due Mondi of Spoleto with her great solo show “Mutaforma” exhibited in the main floor of Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts – Museo Carandente (Spoleto).

In January 2018 her installation Ab Ovo wins being selected for the prestigious international contest of contemporary art Art rooms Fair Rome.

From 14 April to 14 July Camilla is taking part in the 2018 edition of BIAS, (International Biennial of Contemporary Sacred Art), as a side event at the 57th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennial.

In 2018, Ancilotto’s newest works takes shape from the refined Japanese erotic practice of Kinbaku and is shown at the aristocratic nineteenth-century Villa Malfitano – Fondazione Whitaker in a double solo entitled “Senso”, in dialogue with the pitto-photographic creations of Andre.

2019 promises to be a very big year for Camilla as her work and reputation garner critical acclaim from art curators, museums, collectors and gallerists worldwide.

Worth noting, her work is arduous to make and takes months and months to create. Her care and planning each piece make them rare, special and in short supply.

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