Paol Romano, an Italian artist, painter and sculptor, was born in Monterotondo (Rome) on September 17, 1951. She graduated from the RUFA (Rome University of Fine Arts) in 2000 and began her artistic journey soon after. In 2005, Via Margutta at the "Galleria dei Leoni" commissioned three of her works for her film "Dinner to make them known.” In 2012, her "Lune" series (2012) dominated the Via Margutta sky in Rome. Also, that same year, one of her ‘Moon’ pieces was featured in Gianni Nazzaro’s theatrical performance "I Think That's So ..." In 2013, the works of her other “Moon” works have been being featured on the Italian television program "Telecamere." In 2014, Her bronze sculptures appeared in filmmaker Carlo Verdone’s film, “Under a Good Star” as scenery backdrops. In 2014, at the Roma Eventi Congressi, the KF Luxury Brand in Italy reproduced some of her planetary works onto their line of carpets, known as ‘Luna Carpets.’ Her work is also on permanent display at the Magna Carta Foundation in Rome and Urban Halls in the Vatican City, just to name a few. Among the awards she received, he "International Archaic Prize" in 2007. Her international exhibitions include the exhibition in Hong Kong at the "Cultural Center" opera theater. She has also participated in the 54th Venice Art Biennale in 2011 in the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Arsenal, curated by Prof. Vittorio Sgarbi, where he presented an important and highly regarded three-dimensional installation in plexiglass. In 2012, an educational presentation entitled "Astral Balances" by Prof. Claudio Strinati, Paola Romano exhibits Romano’s work as suggestive atmospheres of the monumental complex of Sant'Andrea al Quirinale at the Halls of Dioscuri. In 2013 her works inaugurated the opening of the Philobiblon Gallery's Roman branch with offices already in London and New York, to which the "Io, Paola Romano" catalog is published under. In 2014 her works are exhibited in the new gallery of Marcia Spat fora in Brescia and in the same year the artist was selected for the Venetian Art Exhibition. Later that same year, her works were exhibited in the prestigious "Similitudes & Contralto" in the Vitorino complex in Rome during which the impressive "Luna Galileo" is presented alongside the video "E Purl Six Mauve" created by the Ideagono group and later, In June of 2014, displayed at the Massimo di Cave. Her "Lune" series is exhibited at "The Brian & Barry Building at the Piazza San Babila in Milan. In 2015, she presents the personal exhibition "Moon Amour" curated by Giovanni Faccenda and Alain Chivilò at the National Museum of Villa Pisani in Stra in Venice. Later, the artist is on display in Rome at the Istituto Portoghese di Sant'Antonio in Rome (IPSAR) with the exhibition "In Other Words" during which he was presented the homonymous catalog with prestigious art, culture and science such as Andrea Romoli Barberini (curator), Giovanni Faccenda, Stefano Zecchi and Marco Baranello. The works of the artist are included in the online catalog Artingout.com, in the Modern Acca Art Book and in the CAM Catalog of Contemporary Art Mondadori (No. 50, 2015) as well as boasting interviews and quotations in art magazines and design. From 2014 to 2015 Paola Romano decides to pay homage to the great masters of poor art by producing a limited production of moons freely inspired by the works of artists such as Emilio Isgrò, Janni Kounellis, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Michelangelo Pistoletto and Giuseppe Unkink. In 2015, the municipality of Nonteratoid commissioned two important works, one for the seat of the "Francesco Ramarini" Municipal Theater of 8 meters long for 1, 40 in height and a bronze sculpture of over 3 meters in the summer of 2016 and inserted into the complex of the Civic Tower of the city of Monterotondo (Rome). In May 2016, for the first time in history, an art exhibition is housed in the restored Rocca Janula in the town of Cassino (FR), the exhibition is curated by Roberto Capitanio and takes the title "The Tales of the Moon" In the summer of 2016 the Monterotondo (Rome) houses the exhibition of Paola Romano "Visioni" by Andrea Romoli Barberini. In May 2017, the artist exhibits in Rome at the "Domiziano Stadium" (Piazza Navona) exhibition halls with the staff "Silenti Riflessi" The works of Paola Romano were also of interest in programs dedicated to art as "Porto Franco" by Franco Boni and are often presented by the art historian Giovanni Faccenda in the Orler Gallery's Modern Art Schedule. Paola Romano prefers the matter in creating his own works, almost as if he wanted to exercise his "creative power" through manipulation of plastic objects to give rise to new forms. The art of Paola Romano is clearly dynamic, gestural and strongly kinetic. The art of Paola Romano defined on several occasions as "anti-conceptualism.