Tina Loiodice was born in Rome. She attended the Art School and the Faculty of Architecture; her masters are Mirabella, Cannilla, Fraschetti and Natili. She worked in qualified professional architectural studios.
In 2000 she resumed painting, participating in events, group exhibitions and competitions, obtaining prizes and awards. From 2012 to 2020 she directs her atelier, Spazio 40 Gallery, in the Trastevere district in Rome, where she has curated art exhibitions and cultural events.
Since 2015 she turned your attention to the world of Street Art, creating works and participating in numerous projects in Rome and in other Italian locations. Some works of street art in Rome: S. Maria della Pietà Park, Giustiniana Railway Station, S. Giovanni Metro Station, Trastevere district, Primavalle Market, Caritas Tiburtino III Center, Marie Anne Erize 2 La Romanina antiviolence center, Cesano underpass SS Cassia bis, Hospice for the poors Antoninian Works, Street Art for Rights Project, Urban Land Tattoo Festival 2020 and 2021.
Some works in Italy: Castel Gandolfo bus terminal (Roma), Castellaneta historic center (Taranto), Castelsardo (Sassari), La Maddalena (Sassari), Graffignano (Viterbo), Sant'Angelo di Roccalvecce (Viterbo), Tarquinia (Viterbo) .
Credits photo: Ph. Francesca Mazzara