Ana Kapor is an Italian painter, a native of Belgrade.
Following her father footsteps, Ana started to paint very young. In her own words: I have started painting as a child beside my father – and I have never stopped!
Her art can be ideally connected to Italian early renaissance tradition with a strong metaphysical influence.
After graduating from Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome, she started collaborating with some important Italian galleries. She had her first personal exhibition in Rome in 1987 at the Polittico gallery after which she started a collaboration with many Italian gallery in Milan, Brescia, Turin, Florence, Capri, and Bologna. She also had personal exhibitions Germany, Serbia,Hungary, Austria.
In 2009 she had a grand personal exhibition shared with her husband, painter Vladimir Pajevic at Panorama Museum in Germany.
In 2011 she was invited to participate at 54 Biennale di Venezia and following year she had an exhibition at Museo della Civiltà Romana, Rome.
She had collective exhibitions in Italy, France, Portugal, Morocco, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Turkey, Egypt, Serbia and USA.
During her career she won numerous prizes and her works are present in museums and private collections all over the world.