Christiana Visentin Gajoni

French painter

Christiana Visentin Gajoni (also known as Christiana Visentin; born in 1974 in Rome (Italy) is a painter and actress Italian.[1]

Christiana Visentin Gajoni
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Christiana Visentin Gajoni dans son atelier parisien
Christiana Visentin

EducationAcadémie de la Grande Chaumière
Chrisitiana Visentin Gajoni paint with Federico Fellini


Christiana Visentin, is the daughter of actress Cristina Gajoni and composer Alberto Visentin.[2] She started painting as a child in her grandfather's studio Adriano Gajoni,[3] with his grandfather's pupils in Milan, who after his death had taken over the workshop. His pictorial movement is called Magical Neorealism. Educated at the Montparnasse Academy in Paris. Initially, specialized in the study of artistic genres of Still life, mainly pictorial which represents inanimate elements (fruits, flowers, various objects...) and drawing inspiration from the Renaissance Art painters she studied for decades. She started her career as a very young actress[4][5] de cinéma,[6][7] moved to Paris to study drawing and painting at the Académie Montparnasse in Paris then devoted himself to painting.


Christiana Visentin Gajoni creates a genre of painting in which objects are represented with extreme neonaturalism, but which, thanks to the addition of surreal or paradoxical elements, give the representation a subtly mysterious effect, conveying a sense of unreality.

Artistic awardEdit

Art exhibitionEdit

  • 2002
    • "Soirée Futuriste" Exposition de caricatures de personnages de théâtre à Reims, Paris, Lyon, Naples.
    • 2001
    • "expo CHRISTIANA", Espace Château-Landon.[11]
  • 1999
  • 1998
    • "CHRISTIANA", Espace Arts Lebaudy[12] · [13]
    • "Art Kanal 10", Portes Ouvertes
  • 1994
    • Bacchus, Nymphes et Satyres", Crypte de "La Taverne". Bordeaux
    • "Spyrales" Club De La Presse. International Association of Press Clubs, Bordeaux
  • 1991
    • Studio Tamaso. Milano
    • Villa Litta Carini, Bergamo
  • 1989
  • 1985
  • 1981
    • "30 millions d'amis" Exposition collective d'enfants pour l'émission (1er Prix sur le concours Peindre Son Chat).
  • 1979

Related pagesEdit


  1. [1] Exposition « RENAISSANCES » de Christiana Visentin, Le Parisien, 2021
  2. [2] Artmajeur Christiana Visentin, presentation
  3. [3] Archived 2021-06-27 at the Wayback Machine Ignazio Mormino, Il Giornale , "Sogno e introspezione, figlia d'arte Christiana Visentin espone le sue opere a Milanao alla Galleria Ricchi fino al 31 luglio", 1992.
  4. [4] Internet Movies Database Christiana Visentin, actress
  5. [5] The Hollywood Reporter - Volume 317,Edizioni 1-18, 1991
  6. [6] Unifrance Christiana Visentin, actress
  7. [7] Fischer Film Almanach, page 198, page 522
  8. "30 million d'amis, Christiana Visentin, 1er prix 30 millions damis". Archived from the original on 2021-06-27. Retrieved 2021-08-07.
  9. "carte de cours de Beaux-Arts (1980), Cours Municipal d'Adultes Department des Beaux-Arts". Archived from the original on 2021-06-27. Retrieved 2021-08-07.
  10. [8] Archived 2021-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Prix Margutta 79, 1979
  11. [9] Archived 2021-06-24 at the Wayback Machine Expo CHRISTIANA 2001
  12. [10] Archived 2021-06-25 at the Wayback Machine Christiana Gajoni, exposition personnelle, 1998
  13. [11] Archived 2021-06-24 at the Wayback Machine Expo "d'un autre côté" (1998)