Luna Paiva was born in Paris in 1980. She has a Licence in Art History and Archeology from La Sorbonne and studied film at NYU. Her artistic mediums are sculpture, installation and photography, Her work has been shown in exhibitions in Latin America, Europe and the United States
As a photographer she worked for editorial media such as Vogue Italy, L’officiel Art, Barzón and The Skirt Chronicles.
Set designer for the opera Hercules en el Mato Grosso, CETC/Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires 2014 and Hercules in Mato Grosso, Dixon Place New York 2015 selected and co-produced by Americas Society, New York.
She made installations for Hermès: Artist’s Windows in Buenos Aires 2014, Barcelona 2016 and Los Angeles 2019.
Selected for Buenos Aires Photo Petrobras Art Prize in 2011, Itaú Art Prize in 2013 and awarded with the second prize at Maurizio Cattelan’s collaborative installation, Eternity 2018, Art Basel cities.
She’s part of the Museum of Modern Art Buenos Aires permanent collection.
Artist’s programs: Laboratorio de cine Di Tella-Rejtman UTDT 2011 and taller Eduardo Stupía UTDT 2016.