Lucila Biscione

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Lucila Biscione
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Buenos Aires
Alma materUniversity of Buenos Aires
OccupationContemporary artist

Lucila Biscione (born 1977) is an Argentinian contemporary artist who specializes in Papercutting and Illustration.

She studied drawing, painting and graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires. Lucila started working on papercuts in 2010 and is fully dedicated to work with it since she moved to Berlin in 2014. She mixes illustrations and paper cut in highly-detailed, hand-cut pieces. The works she creates are often mixed with illustrations with pencil and ink, which makes the characters come to life. For a while she moved on creating large and complex paper cuts in combination with multiple layers, textures that give each artwork different depths.

Lucila has illustrated books including Emily Dickinson’s poems La miniatura incandescente[1] and was selected to take part at the Iberico américa ilustra in 2016. Her artwork was featured in Pagina 12, Puro Diseño[2], Wmagazin[3] and Playgrounds[4]. Lucila held workshops in Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Madrid, Zurich and Berlin.

Personal Life

Lucila Biscione was born 1977 in Buenos Aires as the youngest of three children. She spent her childhood in Villa Cacique, a small town located in the Buenos Aires Province. During her adolescence she lived in Mar del Plata. She came back to Buenos Aires to study drawing, painting and graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires. She currently works from her studio in Berlin[4].


  1. Emily, Dickinson (2021). La miniatura incandescente. Libros del Zorro Rojo. ISBN 978-84-123143-0-4.
  2. "Lucila Biscione:". PuroDiseño (in español). Retrieved 2021-12-16.
  3. "Los amuletos poéticos de Emily Dickinson, inéditos en España, que regalaba a sus amigos". WMagazín (in español). Retrieved 2021-12-16.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "LUCILA BISCIONE". Playgrounds. 2019-02-20. Retrieved 2021-12-16.

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