I was born in 1985 in Trieste, Italy. After graduating in sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, I developed my artistic work especially in the field of drawing and illustration. In 2016, I obtained a master’s degree in editorial illustration at Mimaster in Milan.

My illustrations range from life drawing to designs inspired by the world of fashion, taking sometimes a measured approach, sometimes one that is more biting and seductive. In short, ranging from a conceptual spirit to one that is more impulsive and naive.

I have exhibited in several group and personal exhibitions in Italy and abroad. In particular, in 2019 I was among the exhibiting artists at Cluster Illustration Fair in London and in the same year I set up the personal exhibition Women in Ferrara, Italy.
In the editorial field I have collaborated with the magazines Liber, In Trieste, Amherst Magazine and the publishing houses Lint Editoriale and Infinito Edizioni.

During the lockdown I collaborated with the New York based artist Peggy Roalf. Together we have created a “creative dialogue” based on the visual and emotional suggestions that emerged in those difficult days. The project is called Covid Journal and the illustrations make up a virtual gallery on IG, under the hashtag #alberti_roalf_covidjournal.

In addition to these and other collaborations, I keep alive an independent artistic production, often influenced by literature, theater and the world of costumes and fashion.

In 2021, I was selected in the shortlist of the Communication Arts competition.
Also in 2021, one of my illustrations was selected for the Annual of the 40th edition of American Illustration.

I currently live and works in Trieste.

Interview published May 2, 2019 on DART – Design Arts Daily

My personal page on CLUSTER London

Interview published in “Il Piccolo” on May 31, 2021.