Veronica Guerra was born in Cesena in 1998.
She attended the Scuola del Libro of Urbino from 2012 until 2017, where she picked the Animation department.
Barely at the age of 18, her work has been selected for Artefatto: It’s Me contest organised by a young group of artists from Trieste.
In 2017, her drawings were exhibited at Galleria Gasparelli Arte Contemporanea in Fano at the event Il Giorno Senza Giudizio curated by Stefano Franceschetti and Rodolfo Gasparelli.
In 2018, she started her ongoing studies at IUAV University of Venice, attending the Multimedia Arts course. During the same year, she participated in the creation of the self-published book Cono and she took part at the exhibition La Linea d’Ombra at Corte Zavattini 31 Gallery in Cesena, as part of the Biennale del Disegno Festival in Rimini.
During the summer of 2019, she curated an event called Omi Polone, composed of a photography exhibition and a performative dj-set, at Bastione San Gallo in Fano.
This year, she is currently experimenting and studying performance art.
She participated as a performer at Extragarbo, an event that took part in Saccafisola (Venezia), organized by IUAV students, and to Spirit performance created by Mara Oscar Cassiani at Centro Arti Visive Pescheria in Pesaro.
At the moment she works as a fine art henna tattooer.