Francesca Anfossi was born in Italy and lives and works in London. Since her MA at the Slade School of Art Francesca has exhibited both nationally and internationally, participating in various creative collaborations.

Clay Picnic at Jamboree, Darlington, UK (2018) , Mustafa Hulusi Posters, Hoxton Square, London (2018) Studio Ceramic at Camden Arts Centre, London (2015) and Golf Sale, The Bowery, New York (2015) and in the solo projects, Implements for distraction Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation (CAVE) , Leeds (2018), Petrified Paper, Cardi Black Box, Milan (2010) and Goodbye Edelweiss at Concrete, Hayward Gallery London (2009).

In 2017 and spent an extended period of time in Morocco as part of the AIR Sefrou residency programme; practicing games, cooking and sharing her creative experiences with the local youth community.

Francesca is also the director of Rochester Square, a space in London to establish artistic collaborations, where she recently completed the installation of temporary ceramic facilities for recreational use by artists and others.