Linda, great-granddaughter of the 20th-century painter Remo Brindisi, spends her summers with the master at the Museum House in Lido di Spina, in the province of Ferrara. She cultivates painting, training in Milan where she attends various courses including Anthroposophic painting and Closlieu. She graduates from the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera.
She is an artist attentive to materials and the potential they can develop. She works with eco-friendly papers, wood, and faesite. Her Rote are painted on these preferred supports of the artist, compared to canvases, characterized by geometric and colorful shapes.
She develops her work through the project: “Painting.In.Motion,” which over more than twenty years has become part of the contemporary Italian and international scene. Numerous are her performances with the audience in always different spaces, an innovative and modern project that has led hundreds of thousands of people, including well-known artists, to paint.
The artist participated in the Venice Biennale in 2007, where her work was selected and showcased. Her art traveled to Australia in 2009, and in 2010, she held a major exhibition in Milan at the Spazio Oberdan. In 2012, she moved to France and during the same year, she created a piece for the museum of the 20th century in Milan. In 2013, she was chosen by Renzo Piano to create a work for the inauguration of the MuSe in Trento. In October 2017, she took part in the Art Biennale in Milan curated by Vittorio Sgarbi.
The artist’s work was featured on Rai3 – Tg Storie Cultura in 2018. Linda creates pieces for various galleries in Italy and abroad.
In 2021, she participated with a new artwork in the VI Biennale of Viterbo.
In 2022, she exhibited Rota n° 61 within “Education” at Triennale Milano.
CITY WHERE SHE HAS CREATED PUBLIC INSTALLATIONS