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Patricia Vena

Patricia Vena was born in Rosario (Argentina) and has worked in Italy since 1988. Her primary expression is writing, poetry and fiction.
In 1986/87 she published short stories and articles in the journal  “Hojas dispersas” (Argentina).
In 1989/91 she was one of the presenter of the radio program “World Citizens” Radio in Italy – Erre Studio (Italy).
In 1991 she published some of her stories in the second and third editions of the books “Voices of Our Land”, Adriatica Editrice (Italy).
In 1992 she published “A Story and Other Stories” in Italian and Spanish, by Cesari (Italy).
In 1992/2006 she wrote the lyrics for catalogues of art exhibitions.
Since 2001 she has been part of the European Art Group “Frequenzen”, presenting her poetic installations in Italy, Austria, Hungary, Germany, Malta.
In 2001 she published her book “Nostalgie”, Edizioni Universum (Italy).
Since 2002 she  is a member of the Artistic Group SEBLIE, with whom she has performed in numerous occasions.
In 2002/03 some of her poems were published in anthologies, “Poets and writers of Italy”, Edizioni Universum.
In 2003 she published her book “The Last Crusade” fiction and poetry, Edizioni Librati.
In 2005 she participated in the Artists for Peace in Assisi on the March for Peace and published “SEBLIE: The Role of Art” with R. Lucianetti  and A. Piergallini, which tells the story and the concept of the artistic movement “SEBLIE” to whom she belongs.
In 2011 she published “Verses of Emergency”, Necklace Underground, SEBLIE Cultural Association, Italy.