Anna Caione is an Australian artist of Italian descent. She holds a Master of Arts by Research (2002) Monash University, Bachelor of Education in Visual Arts from Melbourne University (1991), Bachelor of Fine Art, RMIT (1994) and completed a Diploma of Fine Arts, Accademia Albertina, Turin, Italy (1994-1995). She is a Course Covenor and Academic Tutor in in the School of Design at Swinburne University of Technology, teaching across design history and design studio units. Anna has held numerous solo and group exhibitions and participated in over 45 exhibitions.
She has received a number of grants and awards. She was a finalist in the John Leslie Art Prize, the Metro 5 Gallery Art Award, and McGivern Prize (twice) and was awarded the SBS Centenary of Federation Art Award. She had been selected for Artist in residency and fellowship programs such as the Italian Australian Foundation International Fellowship from the International Specialised Skills Institute to study Drawing in Milan. Artist in Residence at St Vincents Hospital, Melbourne, Artist in Residence- Bourdeneuve, Betchat, France. In 2020 she was part of Melbourne Design Week in collaboration with the National gallery of Victoria.
Her research interests include Abstract Expressionism, Arte Povera, Renaissance art and contemporary art. Anna has previously been represented by Gallery 101-(2004-2010) and Catherine Asquith Gallery- (2010-2013) and West End Art Space (2017-2019). Her work is held in corporate and private collections nationally and internationally.