Silvia Caimi lives and works in Italy. Awarded the Medal of Artistic Merit by the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano, in Italy she exhibits in prestigious venues in the cities of Milan, Turin, Monza, Mantua, Verona, Genoa, Rome, Bologna, Parma, Pietrasanta, Florence, Assisi, Perugia, Biella , Pizzo Calabro, Spoleto and Pisa. Selected, she participates in important international exhibitions such as Milan EXPO 2015 and the New York Biennale, as well as exhibiting at the National Historical Museum of Tirana and in Galleries in San Francisco, New York, Miami, London, Dubrovnik and Berlin. The key theme of his large monochrome oil canvases is the Jump, the athletic gesture of the figure caught at the height of its extension, a metaphor of man’s tension towards authentic being. In his artistic research the soul becomes the object of representation, the figuration instrument of creation and negation of the form at the same time. Drawing is painting the soul and defining it, reaching the essence. His exhibited works are published in Mondadori catalogs and series. At the 2017 Rome Triennale, she exhibited at the Vittoriano and was published in L’Espresso di Repubblica. In 2018 she was invited to exhibit in a personal exhibition at the Italian Cultural Institute in San Francisco in California and exhibited in Palermo during Manifesta 12. Selected, she exhibits in the international exhibition “Pace e Amore”, the official event of EXPO Dubai 2020 in the United Arab Emirates. In 2022 he exhibited in solo in Mantua, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Imperia and at the Augusto Consorti Gallery in Via Margutta in Rome. Since 2014 it has been published annually in the Mondadori Catalog of Modern Art. In 2023 he will bring a new artistic project in three solo exhibitions, the first in Brescia capital of culture 2023, then at the San Giovanni Museum in Fivizzano Massa Carrara, finally at the Monastic Refectory of San Benedetto Po (Mantua). In the summer he will then exhibit in a two-man show in San Vincenzo (Livorno) with his colleague Gianpaolo Talani, who died in January 2018.