Esther Pizarro was born in Madrid, 1967. Faculty of Fine Arts at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1990. Doctor of Fine Arts in 1995 with his thesis "Subject to a space. Background and new proposals." She later continued her training in Los Angeles, the Academy of Spain in Rome and the College of Spain in Paris. Scholarship from different institutions are: Artistic Creation Grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation of New York, Visual Arts Fellowship from the Casa de Velázquez, Madrid; Generation Scholarship 2000, Caja de Madrid, Grant Fine Arts Academy in Spain Rome Scholarship in Fine Arts and the College of Spain in Paris. Between 1996 and 1997, a U.S. resident with a grant from the Fulbright Commission and the Ministry of Education and Culture. She has received various prizes and consolation prizes and her work is in prominent collections.
In the last two decades, Esther Pizarro has investigated, through sculpture. Highlights her participation in World Expo Shanghai Exhibition with the intervention "light skin" in Expo Zaragoza with a sculptural installation on curved wall "Urban Fossils" and her collaboration with Nieto-Sobejano for the facade of the Palace of Exhibitions and Congresses Mérida.
Since the mid-nineties, has exhibited individually and collectively in the Raquel Ponce Galler, Madrid; Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Canarias COAC, Museo Barjola, Gijón; Galería Antonio Prates, Lisboa, Portugal; Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid; Galería Manuel Ojeda, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria; Galería Espacio Líquido, Gijón; Carmen de los Mártires, Diputación de Granada; etc.