Bon in an Italian wealthy environment, Giosetta Fiorini studied painting in Rome and soon presents her first works in Italy and Paris. The only woman of the Scuola di Piazza del Popolo, a group of Pop oriented artists such as Mimmo Rotella, Giosetta Fioroni mainly used aluminium enamel paint in her early works based on photographs of her family or pictures taken from magazines. She therefore produced a unique pop aesthetic, with a sense of imperfection and monochromes that differed from the usual Pop Art. Exploring the techniques of collage, sculpture and photography as well, Giosetta Fioroni continues to create audacious works of art and has decided to observe the transformations of her ageing body, as a subject of her inspiration. Her face extravagantly painted and wearing bizarre accessories and garments, Giosetta Fioroni has become her very own piece of art.