Giovanna Fra graduated in painting at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts with a thesis on John Cage and the relationship between art and music in the ‘900. At the same time she has been studiyng conservative restoration in Milan and Venice. Her creative vision has privileged the dynamic physicality of color in relation to the various consistencies of the material, fixing in the immediacy of the gesture instants of suspension and rarefaction moments. Her first exhibition took place in 1991 at the historic Bar Jamaica of Brera in Milan. Among the public and private exhibitions we can mention:“Rumore bianco”, St. Ambroeus Church and Bellino of Vicenza. “Fugaci cromie”, Palazzo del Broletto in Pavia. “Arte aniconica”, Casa del Mantegna, Mantua. “Tempus-time”, Civic Museums of Pavia. “Carte italiane”, Borges Institute, Buenos Aires. “Dialogo tra generazioni, dal Futurismo ai giorni nostri”, Italian Embassy, Cairo. “Quattro volti”, the Italian Institute of Brussels. “Michelangelo today”, Westend Galerie, Frankfurt. “Texture”, Mondadori Store Duomo in Milan, in the same year exhibits “Fil Rouge” at V.I.U. Island of San Servolo within the Architecture Venice Biennale.