As a graduate of Fine Arts in the Sculpture section, Nadia Gallardo later joined a Parisian style office for ten years. For the most part, these objects are edited by the Belgian company Serax and sold at Bon Marché, at Fleux, in boutiques, and the National Museums of Beaubourg and Picasso. In parallel, she was able to express herself with humble materials such as paper, thread, on themes dear to her, such as time, repetitive gestures, silence, etc. She has always pursued her work in a studio. Very often, a link has been forged between her artistic research and the creations that she has produced. The common thread is the way she looks at the very simple things from the earth and plants. It is an essential breath in the development of her work.