Valentina D’Amaro is born in Massa in 1966. She studies in Milan and she degrees at Academy of Fine Arts of Brera. Actually, she lives and works in Milan. She exhibits in different private and public expositions as: Italian Memories at Guang Dong Museum of Canton, China (1999), Sui Generis (2000) PAC in Milan, Expanded Painting, 2nd Biennial of Prague, Karlin Hall, Prague (2005) New Realisms 58th Michetti Award in Francavilla al Mare, New Real Painters PAC, Milan (2007), A force from the past HangART-7, 13th edition, Hangar-7 Salzburg, Austria (2009), selected finalist of Sovereign European Art Prize, Barbican Centre, London (2010), 54th Biennial of Venice, Italian pavilion, Lombardy pavilion, Te Palace, Mantova (2011); Biennial Italy- China, Villa Reale, Monza and Anni ’90, Art Studio Cannaviello, Milan (2012) Landina, Palazzotto d’Orta San Giulio (2013), Some landscapes, Villa Giulia, Pallanza (VB) and Upward Positive Leaders, Kunstverein Neukolln, Berlin (2014). Some personal exhibitions are: De March-Solbiati Gallery, Legnano (MI) 2001, Untitled (2004) and Shizen (2006) Antonio Colombo Contemporary Art Milan, Landscapes Galeria Jorge & Shirley, Lisbona (2005), Trees, Bushes and Fields Astuni Gallery , Pietrasanta (LU) (2010), Over the landscape Eventinove Gallery Borgomanero (NO); Doris Ghetta Gallery, Ortisei (BZ); Marcorossi Contemporary Art, Monza, (MB) and Verona (2012-2013). Diàlogo entre paisajes N2 Galerìa, Barcellona (2013), Natural Unreality Parasi Palace, Cannobio (VB) (2014), Vespro Dimora Artica, Miolan (2015).
Since 2004 Valentina D’Amaro dedicates herself to photography and she takes part to Workshop with Massimo Vitali and Gabriele Basilio.
In 2005 she wins the 6th edition of Cairo Award. She is invited from Presidency of the European Union to debate New Narratives for Europe (Milan 2013, Berlin 2014).