I found the following information about Alice from her own website and biography.
Alice Pasquini is a visual artist from Rome who works as an illustrator, set designer and painter. She has worked in England, France and Spain since graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. While in Madrid she completed coursework in animation at the well-respected Ars Animación School and an MA in Critical Art Studies at the Universidad Computense in 2004.
Alice has completed projects with international clients, such as Canon, Nike, Range Rover, Toyota, and Microsoft and illustrated the graphic novel Vertigine (Rizzoli, 2011). Some of her exhibitions and projects over the past few years have included:
- Scultura Viva, XVI Simposio Internazionale di Scultura e Pittura Murales in San Benedetto del Tronto (2012);
- Palazzo Candiotti, Foligno (2012);
- Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris (2012);
- Mutuo Centro de Arte, Barcelona (2012).
- A cycle of works for the Capitoline Museums in Rome, which are visible in Piazza Campidoglio, as well as a panel for the Pinacoteca Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea in Gaeta, Italy (2013);
- Tri-Mission Art Gallery, American Embassy, Rome (2013);
- Galleria d’Arte Provinciale Santa Chiara e alla Galleria Nazionale, Cosenza (2013);
- Casa dell’Architettura, Rome (2013);
- Colab Gallery, Weil am Rhein (2013);
- collaborated with the Italian Cultural Institute of Singapore (2013)
Her work has been exhibited in the MACRO Contemporary Art Museum in Rome (2014); and most recently this year she has been involved in:
- Deep Tides Dry (solo show) Centrum Sete Sois Sete Luas, Ponte de Sôr, Portugal
- La bellezza fa 40 (group show) Castello Carlo V, Lecce, Italy
- Stanze, Reinventing Renaissance Rooms (group show) Temple University Art Gallery, Rome.
Alice participates in international urban art events and festivals. In the arena of street art, Alice’s preferred canvases are city walls and she’s traveled widely, bringing her artwork to life on the streets of many cities including: Rome, New York, Barcelona, Oslo, Moscow, Paris, Copenhagen, Marrakesh, Berlin, Saigon, London, Sydney and Melbourne such as this example shown above in Hosier Lane.
Alice Pasquini is also the author of an 120-page book “Cinderella Pissed Me Off.” To borrow from a namesake from another popular book – I maintain that Alice’s work belongs in my Wonderland.
See other street artists work on my Street Artists A-Z page.