Evita Andujar, was born in Écija (Seville), Spain, in 1974.
After studying painting and restoration at the Academy of Fine Arts in Seville, she attended several specialization courses including the International Course of Painting in Cadiz managed by the Spanish painter Antonio López García.
Once finished her Phd, in 2000 she won a scholarship at the Academy of Spain in Rome and there, she began working in the art restoration.
In the following years, she became the reference point for important projects such as the Vignola’s Scala Regia in Caprarola. The close contact with the frescoes will be fundamental for the development of her following pictorial technique.
She participated in several exhibitions across Italy, Spain, England, France, Slovenia, Austria, Emirates Arabs and Jordan, exhibiting with great contemporary artists and young emerging talents.
She won numerous awards such as the “A mosaic” for Tornareccio, Premio Adrenalina or Casciaro Prize, furthermore, and prestigious prizes such as the Arteam Cup Prize or Lynx Prize. She was the finalist at the “Premio Arte Laguna”, the “Premio Enegan Art” and the “Premio Arte Mondadori”; furthermore, she was awarded by the Jury at the Combat Award.
Among others, we highlight the personal exhibitions at the House of Rigoletto in Mantua, at the Museum P. Cavoti by Galatina or at the Museo Histórico Municipal de Écija (Spain) and the group exhibitions at the Palazzo Reale and the Museo della Permanente di Milano, the Arsenale di Venezia, the Galleria Regionale di Palazzo Bellomo in Syracuse, the Civic Museum of Palazzo della Penna in Perugia, the Museums of San Salvatore in Lauro or the Chamber of Deputies in Rome.
In 2016, she was chosen as the artist-in-residence at the Bocs Art Project (Cosenza, IT) and in 2017 she won the artist’s residency award at the Premio Marchionni (Sardinia, IT). In 2018, she was invited to participate in the Performance Art Will Never Die by Fabio Sargentini at the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome. In the same year she was asked to join the Ayla residence International Art Symposium III in Aqaba (Jordan) and in 2019, the Cab International Art Symposium 5 in Amman (Jordan).
Her works can be found in important collections such as the ones of Fondazione Roma, the Bilotti Collection, in the Benetton Foundation Collection, at the SAC,S Agostino Museum Contemporary in Ortigia or in Cairo Amman Bank.
Since 2000, she lives and works in Rome.