Born in Voghera on 9 February 1943, graduated from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, where she later taught at the Art School, Lucia Pescador has always favored drawing, working on issues related to nature, culture and art . He began to exhibit in 1965 at the Arte Centro gallery in Milan, today Lattuada Studio. He was part of the Metamorfosi Group in the 1970s and 1980s, working alongside his colleagues Benedini, Bonelli, Sterlocchi. He exhibited the works of the 1980s in the Milanese exhibition "Una nave per Kazmir" (Malevich) by Lea Vergine at the Refettorio delle Stelline in 1992.
In the 1990s, he began collecting images and cataloging for items on the art and culture of the 20th century, entitled "Inventory of the Twentieth Century with the Left Hand" which continues beyond 2000. It includes: Arte, Vasi, Africa, Hotel du Nord, Hotel Meublé-Berlin, Tokyo, Architecture, The papyrus of Ani, Iconostasis, Crete, Enigmistica, Atelier Stieglitz, Bauhaus. The various compendia are on display both in Italy and abroad: in 1994 the “Artefice” exhibition with drawings, hats, vases, carpets at the Lattuada Studio in Milan; in the same year he also staged the "Papyrus of Ani" (drawn on logarithmic tables, with mountains and vases) at the Open Space Gallery in Amsterdam, an exhibition later transferred to the Academy of Egypt in Rome in 1996.
He exhibited in Trieste (Galleria Lipaniepuntin) "Hotel du Nord" (interiors taken from architecture and comics) in 1996 and 2000 "Enigmistica". In 1998 he set up "Vase Brocche Nature" at the Swan Gallery in New York and in 1999 he exhibited "Vasi in architettura" at the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles. "Heart of Europe", an exhibition inaugurated at the Ramba Gallery in Los Angeles, consists of the story of the historical avant-gardes drawn on old photos of landscapes and portraits.
"Atelier Stieglitz" depicts the interior of the famous gallery with drawings of African masks and avant-garde motifs, with old photos as supports: the cycle is exhibited at the Center Rops in Brussels in 2000; "Africa" is presented the same year at the Lattuada Studio.
The exhibition that concludes the 90s is entitled "Change the time", set up at the Olivetana Abbey in Rodengo Saiano, curated by M. Corgnati and R. Bianchi, and collects most of the Inventory.
However, the artist continues to work on new voices such as "Nero Giappone" and "Giallo Cina", staged by Corraini in Mantova in 2003; "Street shops between West and East", curated by A. Veca for the Spazio Bazar in Milan in 2005 and transited to the Camalanjan Gallery in Mumbai in 2006 and to the Shanghai Expocasa in 2007.
The work follows on two other voices, "Cinema Roma" and "Oriente". "Hotel Meublé-Berlin" and "Bauhaus" are presented in Cagliari and at the Siegburg Stand Museum in 2005 and in 2007, "Caravanserraglio", instead, is exhibited in Vigevano and Trieste in 2008.
It proposes an installation 20 meters long in which it describes the ancient Chinese landscape and the European one during the Visionary Fareast Film of Udine in 2009.
In 2010, instead, the project "Wundernachtkammer" set up in a room of the Napoleonic wing of Palazzo Te in Mantua, with masks, objects, drawings and photographic images, shown on acetate, of the city of night and its monuments, with texts of G. Belli; again in 2010 the intervention "Löwenstein Suite - Notturno" at the Castle of Trezzo, text by Alberto Crespi.
In the autumn of the same year he took part in the Scalemobili Group exhibition, of which he is a member together with Angiola Churchill, Alì Farhazad, Annamaria Gelmi, Giuliano Giuman, Silvestro Lodi, Gianni Robusti, at the Lattuada Studio, with presentation texts by Cristiana Curti and Massimo Dona.
The exhibition is also curated by Cristiana Curti The right hand rule at the MAGI Museum in Pieve di Cento.
In 2011 the Lost Dream Wundernachtkammer for the Carale Museum of Ivrea in an exhibition curated and conceived by Lorena Giuranna.
In 2012 he held the exhibition The Scrap of the Shadow with Bonelli and Comenduni at the Quintocortile Gallery in Milan with the presentation by Kevin McManus.
In the same year, the Wundernachtkammer for Ettore Sottsass at the Lithos gallery in Como presented by Elena di Raddo with text from Andrea Branzi's catalog.