Regularly, they exhibited together in museums, such as the Maison Elsa Triolet-Aragon of Saint-Arnoult-en-Yvelines, and the Jacques-Villeglé space of Saint-Gratien in October 2019. They are obviously Camilla and Valerio Adami, at the same time painters and spouses or spouses and painters. The two painters were trained at the Accademia di Bella Arte di Brera of Milan but opened up to two different worlds, two different creations. Thus Camilla Adami searched, year after year, canvas after canvas, her own path –“with a passion for patience, stamina, energy to await, imminence too, I know very few examples of this in painting”, said the philosophe Jacques Derrida. “Vertigo and Contamination”, a spectacular series of large drawings and large paintings, regularly exhibited both sides of the Atlantic since 1992, then the “Conflicts” series in 1998, and “Magical Rituals” in 2003; all have definitively categorized her for what she is: a major painter, a committed painter.