Viola Pantano was born in 1987 in Alatri, where she lives and works.
Her artistic path starts with the dance next to choreographer Alessia Gatta, author of the "Ritmi Sotterranei" project.
The direct contact with the research of contemporary expression, brings Viola to deepen the study of various visual arts like painting, video art and photography, making her become an extremely versatile and eclectic character.
In July 2008 she collaborates with photographer Arash Radpour as an assistant, helping him to realize the campaign "Jeckerson" , published by Vogue Uomo.
In June 2009 Viola graduates getting full marks from the photography department of the European Institute of design in Rome and since then she collaborates with Massimo Siragusa's studio.
Since 2008 she's taken part to several solo and collective exhibitions, like: the Unspoken at the B-gallery in Rome; the solo Contemporary Portraits at the RGB gallery; The imaginary Friends at the Palladium Theatre, the “Promised Gravity” at the Perlini Arte of Padova and the video installation In Castello square in Ferrara.
She took part in the collective exhibition "progetto immagine" at the Spazio Arte gallery in Naples and exposed her works in the "Collective exhibition in Vienna and Prague institute". She's also been selected by Premio Celeste for their 2010 and 2011 Catalogue.
Since 2012 she collaborates with eccentric Jacopo Leone.
The artist has recently received a special mention "best cinematography" by the festival "Cinedans" Amsterdam and won the award in 2014 #Crossheritage Young artists for the Savoy Residences Recognized by MIBAC - Italian Ministry for the Cultural Heritage.