Her new project Sailing away to Paint the Sea, has been exhibited in many venues and galleries, like the SUNY Maritime College in New York City, and at the renown cultural space, Frigoriferi Milanesi, Milano, March 2013.
Paintings and video installations by Vittoria Chierici have been shown in galleries and museums: Kunstmoderner Museum, Wien; Massimo Minini Gallery, Brescia; PAC, Contemporary Art Museum, Milano; Riverside Studios, London; Buades Gallery, Madrid; Museo Civico, Siena; Trevi Flash Art Museum; Italian Cultural Institute, New York; Esso Gallery, New York; Baryshnikov Art Center, New York; The TimesCenter, New York; The Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, le Torri dell'Acqua, Budrio, Bologna; Centro Studi Dante Bighi, Copparo, Ferrara, Italy, Marianne Boesky, New York, Stephen B. Luce Library, SUNY Maritime College, New York. Chierici’s works are in public collections: PAC, Contemporary Art Museum, Milano; GNAM, National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome; Museum of Modern Art, Arezzo; Palazzo del Marzocco, Anghiari, Italy; MARTe Museo della Guerra, Rovereto, Trento; Carisbo Bank Foundation and Genius Bononiae, the new major public art collection of the City of Bologna; Republic of San Marino, state collection; Humanities Initiative, New York University, New York; La Vigna, Vicenza; public collection of the city of Budrio, Bologna; MAGI, museum of contemporary art, Pieve di Cento, Bologna; Italy; the prestigious library La Vigna, at Palazzo Brusarosco, Vicenza, Italy; the art collection of major Italian union, CGIL, Rome and Circolo della Rosa, the historical Italian feminists library and cultural center in Milano; MART, museum of modern and contemperare art of Trento and Rovereto; museum Ca' la Ghironda, Bologna. She has been featured in essays and reviews by major Italian art writers and historians: Achille Bonito Oliva, Corrado Levi, Adachiara Zevi, Dario Trento, Federico Sardella, Francesco Matteo Cataluccio among the others; in art magazines and newspapers including Flash Art, Flash Art International, Tema Celeste, Domus, la Repubblica, Inventario. Vittoria Chierici received her education in Art History at the University of Bologna, where she studied with Umberto Eco, Tomas Maldonado, Franco Donatoni and other Italian intellectuals who founded the new faculty, DAMS (Art, Music, and Performing Arts) and in New York, where, in the early 80's, she continued her studies in Art History at the UC Berkeley and Columbia, focusing on the migration of European avant garde artists to the US. She also studied Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts and filmaking at the New York Film Academy. In 2001, Chierici was awarded with Premio DAMS by the University of Bologna, for her achievements in the arts. Vittoria Chierici has been assistant professor at the Milano Politecnico, Faculty of Design, from 2003 to 2006. Since 2009, Chierici’s work is documented at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, In Washington DC.