Linda, great-granddaughter of 20th-century painter Remo Brindisi, spends summers with the master at the House Museum in Lido di Spina, in the province of Ferrara. She cultivated painting, training in Milan where she took different courses including Anthroposophical and Closlieu painting. He graduated from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts.

She is an artist attentive to materials and the potential they can develop. She works with ecological papers, wood and faesite. Her Rote are painted on these media, which the artist prefers over canvases with geometric and colorful shapes.

He developed his work with the project: "Pittura.In.Movimento" which in more than twenty years became part of the Italian and foreign contemporary scene. Numerous his performances with the public in always different spaces, an innovative and modern project that has had hundreds of thousands of people and even artists known to the general public paint.

The artist participates in the Venice Biennale in 2007, his work is selected and flies to Australia in 2009, in 2010 made a major exhibition in Milan at Spazio Oberdan. In 2012 she moved to France and in the same year made a work for the Museum of the '900 in Milan. In 2013 she was chosen by Renzo Piano and made a work for the opening of the MuSe in Trento. In October 2017, she participated in the Milan Art Biennale curated by Vittorio Sgarbi.

The artist's work is featured on Rai3 - Tg Storie Cultura in 2018. Linda creates works for different galleries in Italy and abroad.

In 2021 he will participate in the VI Viterbo Biennial with his new work.

In 2022 he exhibited Rota No. 61 within Education - Triennale Milano.



  • Venice
  • Milan
  • Rome
  • Latina
  • Eagle
  • Bergamo
  • Brescia
  • Trento
  • Perugia


  • Australia
  • France
  • Switzerland
  • Germany
  • Austria


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  • Saturnino Celani
  • Sergio Pappalettera
  • Alessandro Mendini
  • Mustafa Sabbagh
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  • Emilio Isgrò
  • Moony Witcher aka Roberta Rizzo
  • Paolo Capodacqua
  • Claudio Lolli