Silvia Idili was born in Cagliari in 1982. She lives and works in Milan. Her paintings evoke geometries, the harmony of forms and compositions of the past to express the spiritual with greater intensity and credibility. The emotional and psychological tension of contemporary man is very often displaced by the complexity of the reality in which he finds himself and who he cannot decipher, even when confronted with the transcendent. She has participated in several solo and group exhibitions; in Italy, she exhibited at art galleries and public spaces, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lissone and Collicola Palace in Spoleto.
Some of her works have become part of public and private art collections, such as the Video insight Foundation. In her artistic production, the series called Visionari often represents female portraits. Geometries of origami hide their faces. They are a symbol of infrastructures created by the mind to hide and mask their true nature; the Visionaries invite reflection and an inner look. Silvia's works have been published in prestigious magazines and Artbooks.