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  1. Dario Agati


    Born in Caltagirone, he lives in Rome. Dario got his Bachelor and Master Degree in Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and a Postgraduate Specialization in Graphic Art Languages. During his studies he spent few months in Paris studying at École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs as Erasmus student. From 2015 he works as assistant for Professor …
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  2. Sonia Andresano


    Sonia Andresano (Salerno, 1983) Lives and works between Rome and Milan.  She graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and in Art History at Sapienza University in Rome. In her works, themes such as waiting, travel, nomadism and change narrate personal elements in continuous evolution. Her works range from sculpture to video, from performance to photography. In 2017 she won the …
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  3. Elena Bellantoni

    Elena Bellantoni (1975) lives and works between Berlin and Italy. After graduating in Contemporary Art at La Sapienza University in Rome, she studied in Paris and London, where in 2007 she received an MA in Visual Art at WCA University of Arts London. Deepens the dance-theater and the performing arts, her research focuses on the concepts of identity and otherness …
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  4. Angelo Bellobono


    Angelo Bellobono (b. Nettuno – Italy, 1964) is an artist and a ski coach. Through paintings, video and performance Bellobono investigates issues of belonging and identity. His work transmute the real, the landscape and the face in a rigorous distillate of atmospheres and suspended tales, which investigate the relationship between anthropology, geology, border and territory. He constantly experiences a sense …
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  5. Zaelia Bishop / Emanuele Napolitano


    Zaelia Bishop and Emanuele Napolitano’s practice is based on observations of encounter, interaction and fusion between image and  vision. Their projects examine in particular the relationship with everyday society, identities and connections between images and social behaviour. Documentation, collection, the exploration of the artefactual dimension, re-representations of images and spaces with various media, or creating a new presence for them, form …
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  6. Zaelia Bishop

    Zaelia Bishop

    Zaelia Bishop was born in Rome in November 1977. His work – between collage and assemblage – aims to bring back and transfigure the symbols and boundaries of personal and collective memory in a contemporary context. Since 2016, he writes and directs the video-project Chasing Boundaries with Emanuele Napolitano. This project explores and describes the artistic and socio-political realities of …
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  7. Lucia Bricco


    Lucia Bricco (1988, Turin) lives and works in Athens (GR) since 2018. She studied at the Accademia Albertina in Turin, the Complutense Academy in Madrid and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, where she obtained her master degree in 2015. She works mainly with performances, videos and drawings. Between 2015 and 2016 she partecipates in “Uscita d’emergenza”, MACRO Testaccio, Rome …
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  8. Gianluca Brogna


    Born in Naples (Italy) in 1976, he got his Master’s degree in History of Art at the University Federico II of Naples, focusing his research on the 16th century Art Criticism with Prof. Fiorella Sriccchia Santoro; then he majored at the School of Specialization in History of the Art in Viterbo with Prof. Patrizia Mania, writing a thesis about the Portuguese …
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  9. Eglė Budvytytė

    Egle Budvytyte_Magicians

    Eglė Budvytytė (Lithuania, 1981) lives in both Vilnius and Amsterdam. Her production involves video and performance pieces that explore the relation between the body, architecture, the environment and the public. Starting from the choreographies of different performers, she plays with the context of representation, exploring the body’s ability to challenge conventional behaviours and implicit normative narratives within public spaces. Her …
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  10. Ivan Cantos


    Born in 1967, lives and works in Madrid, Spain. Ivan Cantos will be presenting a ceramic sculpture inspired by a picture of a drowned migrant near Gibraltar, the remains of his golden dreams for a better life. The artist chooses to show a man who seems asleep, leaving more space to personal interpretation. The graphite covering the scultpure makes it …
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  11. Carla Capodimonti


    Carla Capodimonti (1984) is an independent art curator, graduated in Art History at the University “La Sapienza” of Rome, with a master thesis about the artist Alberto Garutti. For several years she collaborated with Centro Internazionale per l’Arte Contemporanea Palazzo Lucarini di Trevi – Ex Flash Art Museum. She mainly deals with Sound Art, sound researches, and with site specific …
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  12. Cecilia Canziani


    Cecilia Canziani was founding co-director of Nomas Foundation in Rome from 2009 to 2016. From 2011 to 2014, together with Simone Menegoi, she conceived and curated a highly acclaimed diffused project of public art commissions and collection for Italian fashion house, Ermenegildo Zegna. Since February 2016, she is a member of faculty at the Accademia di Belle Arti in L’Aquila, …
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  13. Sabrina Casadei

    Sabrina Casadei 3

    Sabrina Casadei was born in Rome in 1985, where she lives and works. Education: 2009, Degree in Painting at the Accademy of Fine Arts in Rome; 2004, High School Specializing in Classic Studies. Major Solo Exhibitions: 2019, Montefantasma, Nicola Pedana Contemporary Art, Caserta; 2018 No old thing under the sun, Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Florence; 2017, Terre Emerse, Francesca Antonini Contemporary Art , Rome; 2016, A Thousand Miles …
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  14. John Cascone


    Born in 1976 in Cheltenham (UK), he got his MA in History of Contemporary Art at the University of Pisa in 2004. Among his main exhibition: 2018, Ledificio Infinito, Seminaria – Maranola (Italy); 2017, Sensibile Comune, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna – Rome; Per una lezione in meno, Ca’ Tron, IUAV – Venice; La seconda notte di quiete/Atrii, Art Verona, Via …
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  15. Benedetta Carpi De Resmini


    Benedetta Carpi De Resmini is a curator and art critic. Is interested in contamination between twentieth-century and emerging artists. Professor at Business School 24ore and Giunti Academy. Director of the Art Department of Latitudo, Rome. Previously she worked as senior curator at MACRO, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome(2011-2015). She conceived the Project and the title Magic Carpets, a project co-financed by Creative …
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  16. Guillaume Castel

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    Born in 1980, lives and work in Plouégat-Guérand, France. Guillaume Castel will present a new monumental piece in Rome, derived from previous works : Pétale and Samare. It will be made of steel and gold. He will also show a selection of smaller pieces. Guillaume Castel is a French sculptor. He uses materials such as wood, concrete and steel to describe …
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  17. Anna Cestelli Guidi


    Born in Rome, she trained as Art Historian between Rome, Siena and Berlin. Since the mid-1990s she has worked in Spain – first at the CGAC of Santiago de Compostella, then at MACBA and at the Metrònom Foundation in Barcelona. Since 2005, she is responsible for the Visual Arts Section at Fondazione Musica of Rome Auditorium where, among others, she …
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  18. Daniela Cotimbo


    Daniela Cotimbo (Taranto, 1987). Art historian and independent curator based in Rome. Her research focuses on the problematic instances of the present through the relationship with the different means of expression, in particular new technologies. Recently she conceived and curated ​Re:Humanism Art Prize,​ first art prize dedicated to the relationship between art and artificial intelligence. Most recent curatorial projects: 2020 – ​Allegra …
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  19. Ariane C-Y


    Ariane C-Y (Ariane Chauffert Yvart) lives and works in Paris. After a degree in History, she studied at the École du Louvre where she obtained the B.A. and then a Master in History of Art and Museology. She gained experiences working for auction houses and museums (Musée du Louvre, Newport Preservation Society – USA). As a curator, she had been …
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  20. Marlon de Azambuja


    Marlon de Azambuja (b. 1978, Porto Alegre – Brazil). He studied at the Edilson Viriato Center for Contemporary Art in Curitiba, Brazil. He currently lives and works in Madrid.  His solo exhibitions include: La expresión Americana, Sentir la visión, MEIAC, Badajoz, 2019; PostCrisis, Alimentación 30, Madrid, 2019; Medio Cuerpo, Municipal Gallery Arsenał/ Poznań, Polonia, 2019; CAMPO, Tasman Projects, Madrid, 2018; Brutalismo at Galería Max Estrella in …
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  21. Elisa Del Prete

    Elisa Del Prete

    Elisa Del Prete (Bologna, 1978) is curator, author and producer in contemporary visual art. From 2006 to 2016 she directs in Bologna Nosadella.due, the first private residency program in Italy dedicated to international artists and curators, of which she is the founder and through which she creates a network of international exchanges for artists as well as working with them …
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  22. Iginio De Luca

    Iginio De Luca - Vote Piero Manzoni. 2014

    Born in Formia on August 21st 1966. He lives in both Rome and Turin, teaching Decoration and Multimedia Installations at the Academy of Fine Arts in Frosinone (RM). He is a multifaceted artist: a musician, an actor, a visual artist. He makes videos, installations, and performances. In recent years, his work has focused mainly on the productions of videos, photographic …
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  23. Maria Adele Del Vecchio

    Maria Adele Del Vecchio

    Maria Adele Del Vecchio (Caserta, Italy 1976), lives and works in Rome. She attended the Filmklasse, taught by Mark Leckey in Staedelschule, Frankfurt in 2005/2006. In 2014 she has been shortlisted for Premio Furla 2015, ‘The Nude Prize’. Solo Exhibitions: 2019 Personne, Galleria Tiziana Di Caro, Naples. 2015 Within, rather than above, Galleria Tiziana Di Caro, Napoli. 2014 Tonite let’s all make love in …
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  24. Bruno Di Marino


    Curator and historian of the moving image, since 1989 he has developed a particular interest in audio-visual experimentation. He is currently a lecturer in ‘Theory and Methods of the Mass Media’ at the Frosinone Academy of Fine Arts. Among his publications may be mentioned: Sguardo inconscio azione – cinema underground e d’artista a Roma (1965-1975) (Lithos,1999); Interferenze dello sguardo. La sperimentazione audiovisiva …
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  25. Flavio Favelli

    Flavio Favelli, Black Tulip, 2014

    Born in Florence in 1967, he lives and works in Savigno (Bo), Italy.  Flavio Favelli has developed his artistic practice from an intimate and very personal concept of time and space. By assembling gates, benches, doors, railings, balconies, chairs, tables, beds, mirrors, carpets and chandeliers the artist creates works of functional appearance that transform the atmosphere of the places that …
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  26. Fabiola Fiocco


    Fabiola Fiocco is a PhD researcher (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow) at the University of Edinburgh with a project on the gender and the sexual division of labour in the curating and production of socially engaged art. She holds an MA in Museology at the Reinwardt Academie in Amsterdam and an MA in Art History at Roma Tre University in Rome. She previously …
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  27. Cristina Dinello Cobianchi

    Il presidente Cristina Dinello Cobianchi

    Lives and works in Rome. She has worked extensively in events and conferences organisation in various international and management centers and as communication consultant for private companies. Since 2004, she is President and Project Manager of AlbumArte, a non-profit cultural association that she has founded and with which she decided, since 2011, to exclusively produce contemporary art projects. Thus since …
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  28. Valentina Fiore

    Valentina Fiore (Rome, 1983) got her degree in Contemporary Art History from La Sapienza University in Rome in 2009 and then undertook a masters in European Project Planning (Rome, 2013). She is interested in collaborating on projects based on participatory processes which have been both developed and held in the neighbourhood, in spaces that are not known as exhibition venues. …
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  29. Elena Forin

    Elena Forin

    Elena Forin is an Italian curator. Her approach combines an interest for to the most recent artistic developments – video, installation, performance; participatory, site-specific and social practices – and for their specific historical roots of the 60’s and 70’s. Between 2009 and 2011 she curated various exhibitions for MACRO (Museum of Contemporary Art Rome) including Urs Lüthi Just Another Story About Leaving (with L.M. …
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  30. Anna Franceschini


    Born in Pavia in 1979, she lives and works in Milano. She studied in Milan where she received a MA in Media Studies.Her work has been presented and awarded in several film festivals like IFFR / Rotterdam Film Festival, 60° Locarno Film Festival (CH) and TFF/Torino Film Festival (IT), MFF/Milano Film Festival. Her last major solo exhibitions include Spike Island, Bristol …
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  31. Paola Gandolfi


    Paola Gandolfi was born in Rome and studied in Bologna. In 1980s, she came back to Rome, where she still lives and works. Gandolfi’s paintings are about the world and the female figure, and the psycho-physical dynamics that define her identity, gleaning from the inexhaustible wealth of myth and the female figures who animate it. Her work focuses on the exploration of unintelligible …
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  32. Raffaele Gavarro


    Raffaele Gavarro was born in Caserta in 1963. He lives in Rome. He graduated in Art History at the Sapienza University of Rome (1989) and he gratuated from the School of Specialization in Art History and Archaeology of the University of Siena (1995). He’s an art historian, critic and curator. He has been artistic director of art fairs in Rome …
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  33. Iulia Ghiță


    Iulia Ghiță (1986, Oltenita, Romania) lives and works in Fara Filiorum Petri (CH). She graduated from National University of Arts in Bucharest in 2008 and from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in 2011. Among the most recent exhibitions and participations, in 2019 3650, Ex Elettrofonica, Rome (IT); AlbumArte20x20, 2019, AlbumArte, Rome (IT); AUGUST Life from herself (Understood), Studio Giudecca 860, Venice (IT) …
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  34. Ilaria Gianni

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    Ilaria Gianni is a curator and art critic. After her degree in Art History at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, she received an MFA in Curating at “Goldsmiths”, University of London. From 2009 to 2016 she has been co-Artistic Director and curator of the Nomas Foundation in Rome. From 2015 she is co-founder and curator of the exhibition-event GRANPALAZZO, …
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  35. Alessandro Giannì


    Alessandro Giannì was born in Rome in 1989, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. From 2013 to 2019 he has exhibited in various institutions in Italy and abroad including: MAXXI Museum (Rome) MACRO Museum (Rome), La Casa delle Armi (Rome), Swiss Institute (Rome), Swiss Institute (Milan), Museo D’Inverno (Siena), Biennale del Cinema di Venezia (Venice), Kühlhaus Berlin (Berlin); The American University Katzen Arts Center (Washington …
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  36. Lorenzo Gigotti


    Lorenzo Gigotti (Rome, 1979) is Head of Content and Co-founder of NERO, an international publishing house devoted to art, criticism and contemporary culture. He is also co-founder and part of the editorial team of Not – Nero On Theory, an Italian book series and an online magazine. On behalf of NERO and independently he also coordinated and curated cultural events …
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  37. Grossi Maglioni


    Grossi Maglioni (Vera Maglioni and Francesca Grossi, Rome, 1982) began their collaboration in 2006. The Grossi Maglioni duo has mostly focused its research within performance art, installations and workshop based practices. The link to different fields of study such as anthropology, theatre, gender studies, science fiction, and the relation between the history of performance art and popular and mass culture, …
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  38. Fabio Giorgi Alberti


    Fabio Giorgi Alberti (1980). Born in the Netherlands. He grew up and studied in Italy. He lives between Bevagna, in Umbria, and Rome. His work is the result of a contamination between sculpture, video, painting and poetry, as medias for investigating language and the relationship of an individual with reality. He has exhibited in independent and institutional spaces, in Italy …
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  39. Julia Gryboś and Barbora Zentková


    Julia Gryboś (PL) and Barbora Zentková (SK) are an artistic duo, currently based in Berlin, working together since 2010. They became familiar to audiences in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, after they were awarded the Oskár Čepan Award for young artists in 2016. They partake in solo exhibitions in independent galleries and artist-run spaces as well as thematic group shows. …
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  40. José Guerrero / Antonio Blanco


    José Guerrero was born in Granada, 1979. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Technical Architecture by the University of Granada (Spain), in 2012 he decided to leave his job as Production Manager at a building company to become a professional photographer. In 2005 he obtained the “Joven Autor Andaluz” [Young Andalusian Artist] grant from Caja San Fernando to develop his project …
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  41. Kristina Inčiūraitė


    Kristina Inčiūraitė lives and works in Vilnius. She creates photographs, installations, performances and sound projects, with particular attention to video installations, experimental films and documentaries. The artist is concerned with the collision of reality and fiction, as well as the links between imagined and real history. The voice is one of the most important elements of Inčiūraitė’s works; it is …
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  42. Juliet Jacques


    Juliet Jacques (1981) is a writer and filmmaker based in London. As well as publishing two books (Rayner Heppenstall: A Critical Study, Dalkey Archive Press, 2007;Trans: A Memoir, Verso Books, 2015), she writes short fiction, as well as journalism on literature, film, art, music, politics, gender, sexuality and football. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, for whom she documented her gender reassignment in …
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  43. Rosa Jijón


    Rosa Jijón (born in Quito, Ecuador in 1968, based in Rome from 2000). She is Visual artist, activist, cultural mediator and Cultural Secretary of the IILA, ​​Italo-Latin American Institute. She was Director of the CAC, Centro de Arte Contemporaneo di Quito, Ecuador (2013-2015). She has been part of the project “Women’s Letters” (Cartas de Mujeres) UN Women, as artistic coordinator and documentary film maker and also of …
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  44. Francesco Jodice

    Francesco Jodice, crediti ritratto Sara Gentile

    Francesco Jodice was born in Naples in 1967. He lives in Milan. His art explores the transforming social landscape of our time, with a particular focus on urban anthropological phenomena and the creation of new participatory processes. His projects are aimed at building a common ground between art and geopolitics, presenting artistic practice as a form of civil poetics. He …
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  45. Martin Kohout


    Berlin-based, Czech-born artist Martin Kohout’s early study background is in film (FAMU, Prague) and fine arts (UdK, Berlin and Städelschule, Frankfurt). His work has a strong grounding in research, both academic and qualitative. His practice spans a wide range of medium such as film, sculpture, installation, print, events, and publications. In addition to that he produces music under the name …
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  46. Martin Kollár

    Martin Kollár, Provisional Arrangements, 2015

    Martin Kollár was born in 1971 in Žilina, Czechoslovakia (now Slovak Republic). He studied at the Academy of Performing Arts Bratislava and has been working as a freelance photographer and cinematographer since he graduated. He has received several grants and awards, including the Prix Elysee and the Oskar Barnack Award.  His work has been exhibited across the world, including Judisches Museum, …
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  47. Ben Landau


    Ben Landau lives in Melbourne and was born in Canberra, Australia, in 1985. Landau is an artist and PhD Candidate at RMIT University in Melbourne. As an artist, he has exhibited and performed at solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad: MONA FOMA (MONA, Launceston, 2019); Concept Generation (New Museum, New York, 2018); The Children’s Republic (Sydney Opera House, …
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  48. Lina Lapelytė

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    Lina Lapelytė (1984, Lithuania). Artist, musician and live performer, living between London and Vilnius. Lina Lapelyte, among the most promising Lithuanian artists of the last generation and educated as musician, positions her work at the junction between visual arts and opera. At the 2019 Venice Biennale, the Lithuanian Pavilion wins the Golden Lion for best national pavillon with the work “Sun …
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  49. Diana Legel


    Diana Legel (1978, Rochlitz, Germany) lives and works in Berlin. She trained in stone restoration with scholarships in France and Hungary and then at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma from 2007 to 2010. She moved to Berlin where she attended the UDK, (Universität der Künste) from 2010 to 2014. Her artistic medium is mainly drawing; she investigates simple …
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  50. Beral Madra


    Beral Madra, a critic and curator, directed Gallery BM (1984-1990) and is currently directing BM Contemporary Art Centre (since 1990). Founding partner and artistic director of Kuad Gallery (2012). She lives and works in Istanbul. She coordinated the 1st (1987) and the 2nd (1989) Istanbul Biennale, curated the Pavilion of Turkey in  43rd, 45th, 49th, 50th and 51st Venice Biennale, …
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  51. Domenico Mangano

    Domenico Mangano was born in Palermo (Sicily) in 1976, and he lives and works in Amsterdam (NL). He established himself on the national and international scene at the beginning of the twenty-first century with his photographs and videos that are somewhere between surrealism and the documentary. The artist has always used this kind of stylistic approach in order to investigate …
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  52. Silvano Manganaro


    Silvano Manganaro is a professor of History of Art and Art Management at Accademia di Belle Arti in L’Aquila. He earned a Ph.D. at Sapienza University of Rome. He has been the editor of the art and contemporary culture magazine “DROMEmagazine”. Currently, he is regular contributor to “Il Giornale dell’Arte” and a member of the editorial board of the magazine …
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  53. Elena Mazzi


    Elena Mazzi (b. 1984, Reggio Emilia, Italy; lives and works in Venice, Italy). After studying History of Art at Siena University in Tuscany and Visual Arts at the IUAV University of Venice, she spent a semester as a guest student at the Royal Academy of Art (Konsthögskolan) in Stockholm. Her poetry concerns to the relationship between man and the environment in which he lives, the …
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  54. Pietro Mele

    Pietro Mele

    Pietro Mele was born in Alghero (Italy) in 1976. He currently lives and works in Berlin. His work focuses on reality’s smaller aspects such as historical facts which are considered marginal, and that the artist studies so as to provide a new understanding of them. His projects show what is not obvious and gets omitted, and can be seen as …
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  55. Sandro Mele


    Sandro Mele was born in Melendugno (Lecce) in 1970. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, he lives and works in Rome, where he collaborated with the artist Fabio Mauri. Mele’s work is focus on the reflection of the current potical and social dynamics. Among his main solo exhibitions we mention“Spunti per l’avvenire”, Art Forum Gallery in …
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  56. Sabrina Mezzaqui

    Sabrina Mezzaqui:Fioritura, 2001, DVD, 13 min.

    Sabrina Mezzaqui, born in Bologna in 1964, lives and works in Marzabotto (Italy). A lot of her work is a materialization of the passing of time, playing with the repetition of tiny manual gestures (inserting beads, cutting, folding, drawing small motives,..). Often some writing appears in her works (brief texts, memories, literal references…). Her videos also narrate slow times, recording …
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  57. Margherita Morgantin

    Attenzione, prodotto solubile in HTML, 2003, DVD, 03:19 min.

    Margerita Morgantin was born in Venice in 1971; she graduated in Architecture at I.U.A.V. (dept. of Phisycal Science). She uses a range of media in her work: from performance and video to drawing. She has partecipated at art shows both in Italy and abroad. She has pulished several editorial projects: Lo spazio dentro, M. Buri. M. Morgantin, Semi/Nottetempo, 2020; A typical sine …
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  58. Margherita Moscardini


    Margherita Moscardini  (Donoratico Italy, 1981) graduated from the Accademia of Belle Arti of Bologna and attended various workshops, among them: the Advanced Course in Visual Arts of fondazione Ratti, Como, visiting professor Yona Friedman (2008) and Peter Friedl’s workshop at the Foundation Spinola Banna in Turin (2009). She has been artist in residency at the: CCA Andratx, Mallorca, SP (2010), CCA …
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  59. Las Mitocondria


    Las Mitocondria is a Spanish artistic duo formed by Alicia Herrero (Valencia, 1977) and María Ángeles Vila Tortosa (Valencia, 1978), engaged with the disciplines of visual arts and dance. Alicia was trained as a dancer and choreographer in London, while María Ángeles studied Fine Arts and realized her first exhibitions in Italy. Since 2008 they collaborate in performances, dance shows, …
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  60. Chiara Mu


    Born in Rome in 1974, she graduated in 2001 in Stage Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome and in 2002 in Photography at the E. Rolli regional school. She lived in London for 10 years where she graduated Master in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2009. Chiara Mu works mainly in the …
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  61. Aura Monsalves Muñoz


    Aura Monsalves Muñoz (1992, Venice), lives and works in Rome. She trained in Venice where she studied violin and began experimenting with photography. In 2012 she moved to Rome, she attended the CSF-Adams Experimental Center of Photography and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, where she obtained a master degree in 2020. Her work is mainly based on videos, …
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  62. Lucia Nimcová

    Lucia Nimcová, Khroniky-Ukraine, 2014-2015

    Lucia Nimcová was born in 1977. Lives and works in Brussels and Humenné. Nimcová studied at the Rijksakademie Van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She has recently exhibited her works at Prague Biennale; Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow; Viafarini, Milan; Utah Museum of Contemporary Arts and Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Awards include; the Images Vevey Photography Prize (Switzerland), ECB Photography Award …
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  63. Suat Ögüt

    Suat Ogut

    Born 1985 in Diyarbakir. Lives and works in Istanbul. Having graduated from Marmara University’s Painting Department in 2007, Ö?üt  had his first solo exhibition “Speeding Up Domestic Life” curated by Kristina Kramer & Anna Heidenhain, Istanbul (2008). He was a participant of Willa Waldberta (artist in residency) in between July- August, Munich (2010). Some of the recent group shows he …
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  64. Ferhat Özgür

    Cimon and Pero / Cimon ve Pero, 2009, DVD, colour-sound, loop, 06:15 min.

    Born in Ankara in 1965, he lives and works in Istanbul. Selected Solo Exhibitions include: Healing Tactics, Gallery Heike Curtze, Vienna, Austria (2019); Animal Farm, The Pill, Istanbul (2017); Metamorphosis Chat, Michigan University Museum of Art, (2015-2016); I Can Sing, MoMA PS1, New York, USA (2012-13); Now and Here, Gallery Bernhard Bischoff and Partner, Bern, Switzerland, (2014); Let Everybody Come Out Today,  Marabouparken, Sweeden, (2013); Curious Moments, American Hospital …
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  65. Giovanni Ozzola

    Giovanni Ozzola - Arcachon - Hiver ensoleillé

    Giovanni Ozzola was born in Florence in 1982. He now lives and works between Prato and Bordeaux. After spending some years in London, he came back to Italy in 2001, where he began to build a personal artistic path that led him, in 2001, to participate in the exhibition “Happiness. A Survival Guide for Art and Life”, curated by David …
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  66. Manuela Pacella

    manuela pacella

    Manuela Pacella was born in Rome in 1977. She completed her primary degree with a monographic dissertation on David Tremlett and continued her studies in Contemporary Art History at the University of Siena. She has worked both at public institutions such as the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea and the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, and at private galleries. …
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  67. Adrian Paci


    In his artistic career, Adrian Paci (b. Shkodër, 1969) slipped between a variety of techniques: from the most traditional such as painting and mosaic, to the most current and innovative such as installations, performances and videos. In his work – fed on a deep familiarity with the History of Art –  the observation of the social dynamics of the present, …
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  68. Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiza


    Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiza (b. Quito, Ecuador; lives and works in Paris). After studying arts at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, she moved to France in 2002 and entered the Beaux‐ Arts (ENSBA) in Paris, going on to obtain two postgraduate degrees from the Beaux‐Arts in Paris and Lyon. She has participated in many shows in France, Ecuador and elsewhere, she …
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  69. Fabio Perletta

    Fabio Perletta (1984) is an Italian sound artist and graphic designer, whose music focuses on the representation of the invisible, inspired by molecular structures, quantum physics and the concept of emptiness. Its characteristic aesthetic choice, developed by using special sound generators and customized software, includes both electronic composition and site-specific installations, which often explore the perceptual relationship between space and …
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  70. Cristiana Perrella


    Cristiana Perrella (Rome, 1965). Curator and art critic, in 2018 she appointed new Director of the Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci. Between 1998 and 2008 she directed the Contemporary Arts Program of the British School at Rome. From 2007 to 2009, she founded “SACS-Sportello per l’Arte Contemporanea in Sicilia”, an agency for the promotion and development of young art at RISO – …
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  71. Claudio Libero Pisano


    Claudio Libero Pisano has a restoration training; he has participated over the years in the recovery of the marbles of the Arch of Constantine and the mosaics of the Trajan Market in Rome. He worked in the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki in Greece.  Since 2005, he deals with contemporary art and he directed the CIAC – Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea …
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  72. Neriman Polat


    Born in Istanbul,1968. Graduated from Department of Painting, Mimar Sinan  University, 1990. She lives and works in Istanbul. Selected solo exhibitions: 2019 “Breaking the Seal”, Depo, Istanbul; 2018 “Merciless”, Merdiven Art Space, Istanbul; 2015 “Threshold”, Disambigua ArtSpace, Viterbo, Italy; “Home Watch”, Nilüfer Municipality, Nazım Hikmet Cultural Center, Bursa; 2013“Home Watch”, DEPO, Tophane, Istanbul;2010  “Modest View”, C.A.M Gallery, Asmal?mescit, Istanbul, 2010 2008  …
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  73. Gianni Politi

    Courtesy private collection

    Gianni Politi was born in 1986 in Rome where he lives and works. His research is closely linked to autobiographical events that he processes through the painting medium. Solo shows:2020 I morti non muoiono, GNAM – National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome; 2019 Benvenuto (Anima del pittore da giovane), Centro Arti Visive , Pesaro; In the belly of …
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  74. Adriana Polveroni

    Adriana Polveroni is a journalist and essayist. From 2012 to 2017, she has been the Director of Exibart. She has worked for the group of the magazine L’Espresso and has collaborated with various other periodicals, including Il Sole 24 Ore and L’Uomo Vogue. She teaches the Museology of Contemporary Art at the Brera Academy of Milan and Naba and has …
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  75. Lýdia Pribišová

    Lydia Pribisova_portrait

    Lýdia Pribišová is born in 1980 in Bratislava (Slovak Republic). She is a curator and an art historian. From 2006 she is editor and from 2013 she is managing editor for Flash Art Czech & Slovak Edition. In 2013, she is also project coordinator for ( In 2012 she founded the no-profit association Pilot. From 2013 she cooperates with …
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  76. Anna Raimondo


    Anna Raimondo (born in Italy in 1981, lives in Brussels and works internationally). Anna Raimondo’s work activates devices for meeting and sharing. It is possible to define it as a journey into social diversity to create possible areas of interaction. The artist uses voice e listening as platforms for meeting, collaboration and exchange, as means of identity diffraction. The methodology …
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  77. Christine Rebet

    Christine Rebet lives and works in New York and Paris. Her work is based on the drawing and it develops into forms ranging from animation to the environment, installations and performance art. At the heart of her work is the elaboration of historical traumas in the context of a personal reinterpretation and a consequent reanimation. Rebet studied in Columbia University …
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  78. Gregorio Samsa

    Gregorio Samsa is an independent artistic duo formed in Rome in 2010. He has made several solo exhibitions in Turin, Rome and Milan. In 2012 he was a finalist for the Terna Prize 04 with the work “Babel”, category megawatts. The issue of the dialogue declined in its various facets, is at the center of his artistic research. Gregorio Samsa …
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  79. Óscar Santillán


    Óscar Santillán (b. 1980, Ecuador, lives between Ecuador and Netherland). Santillan’s work insinuates the existence of a territory where the limits of what is possible can be trespassed: what happened, what may have happened, and what is presented are equivalent terms. Unexpected events occur there, the beat of drums get synchronized to the abundant sweat of a person, the unrealized desire …
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  80. Juan Esteban Sandoval


    Juan Esteban Sandoval (b. 1972. Medellín – Colombia; lives and works between Colombia and Italy). He has exhibited internationally since 1994. He is the co-founder of el puente_lab art collective in Medellín – a platform for artistic and cultural production, which uses contemporary art as a tool for the social development of local communities. Since 2002 is the director of the …
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  81. Gabi Scardi


    Gabi Scardi is a curator, writer and professor. Her research is chiefly focused on the latest tendencies in artistic practice. She has a strong interest in multidisciplinary practices, particularly those that include an intersection between visual art and architecture, design, urban culture. She curated exhibitions; among the main ones: Synthetic Ritual, Pitzer Art Galleries, Los Angeles; Side Effects, Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen; Side Effects, Lyon Biennale; Aware: …
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  82. Juliane Schmidt


    Juliane Schmidt (1982, Görlitz, Germany) is a visual artist and musician. She studied at the Bauhaus University of Weimar, the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma and the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden, where she was a student of Monika Brandmeier until 2013.  The use of simple materials, often combined with paradoxical events and meticulous demonstrations of consumption, are …
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  83. Marinella Senatore

    Marinella Senatore

    Marinella Senatore was born in Cava dei Tirreni (Italy) in 1977. She lives in Berlin. She works with video, photography, drawing, installation and sound. Many of her works, often developed in collaboration with institutions such as museums and universities, involve entire communities in the creative process: the audience participates as co-writer, actor, set designer, cameramen. In the encounter between personal …
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  84. Diana Sirianni


    Diana Sirianni (1982, Rome) studies philosophy at La Sapienza University, then at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, continuing her studies at the UDK (Universität der Künste) in Berlin, where she lives since 2008. Her approach includes plastic, social, therapeutic forms, three-dimensional collages – architectural models, large site-specific collages in the living space, illegal interventions in public space, feminist …
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  85. Maria Giovanna Sodero


    Maria Giovanna Sodero (1991, San Donà di Piave) lives and works between Salento, Rome and Venice. In 2011 she began her studies at the IUAV, Visual Arts, with Mario Airò. She is currently studying at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. In 2018 she attended the “AtWork” traveling educational format organized by the Moleskine Foundation and Simon Njiami. In …
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  86. Daniela Trincia

    Daniela Trincia

    Daniela Trincia was born and lives in Rome. After a degree in Medievall Art, she focused on contemporary art. She collaborated with Lorcan O’Neill, z2o Gallery and cura mostre. Her writings are regularly published on Arte e critica, Flash Art, art to part of cul (ture), Espoarte and La Repubblica. GO TO THE PAGE “Donne (non più) anonime | Confronto sul femminicidio” >>>

  87. Marta Silvi


    Marta Silvi (1980) is an independent art critic and curator. Graduated in History of Contemporary Art at the University “Sapienza” of Rome, she got a Ph.D. in History of Visual Arts and Performing Arts at the University of Pisa with a thesis on the re-employment of moving images. In 2007 she was finalist in the II Edition of the DARC …
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  88. Maria Rosa Sossai

    Maria Rosa Sossai is a researcher in the field of artistic practices and educational policies. She is based in Rome. In 2012 she founded ALA Accademia Libera delle Arti,, an independent platform for education and contemporary art that conceives the artistic practice as a process of shared knowledge. Among its recent projects a series of workshops and exhibitions of …
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  89. Giulio Squillacciotti

    Giulio Squillacciotti

    Giulio Squillacciotti was born in Rome in 1982. After studying Medieval Art in Rome and Barcelona, he moved to Venice to attend the Visual Arts courses at IUAV university. His academic background led him to work on issues related to narrative and on ways of developing it, starting from a historical-anthropological point of view combined with fictitious elements created ad …
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  90. Florian Tuercke

    Florian Tuercke (Germany, 1977) artworks are interdisciplinary and mostly based on specific concepts, which the author develops using interactive systems and innovative technologies. A focal point of his work is the public space, analyzed through a combination of audio and video elements, performances, installations and web-art. Tuercke graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg and is co-founder of …
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  91. Marco Trulli


    Marco Trulli (b. 1980, Anzio – IT) is a curator and a cultural worker. He graduated from the Faculty of Conservation and Cultural Heritage of the Tuscia University in Viterbo with a bachelor’s degree in History of Contemporary Art. Since 2005 he has supervised the public art project Cantieri d’Arte in collaboration with the Tuscia University hosting a number of national and international artists who have created site specific projects …
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  92. Vittorio Urbani

    Vittorio Urbani (born in Ferrara, Italy, in 1954) is an independent curator, based in Venice, Italy, who has been organizing contemporary exhibitions and curating art books and catalogues since 1993 as director of the non-profit organization “Nuova Icona – associazione culturale per le arti” based in Venice, Italy, and at international venues. He has been invited as visiting curator to …
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  93. Leonid Tsvetkov


    Leonid Tsvetkov (1980, Novgood, Russia). After his residency at the American Academy in Rome in autumn-winter 2012-13, the Russian-American artist Leonid Tsvetkov returns to Rome to open the season of AlbumArte | studio residency programme 2014, a project that intends to offer artists their own space as a studio to work in and to receive studio visits.During his residency in …
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  94. Francesco Urbano Ragazzi


    Francesco Urbano Ragazzi is a curatorial duo founded in 2005. Invited to the Cité Internationale des Arts by the Mairie de Paris in 2008, the two curators subsequently elaborated their own residency formats: Spot – studio dal Vivo sponsored by the City of Venice (2010), Mirroring, funded by the Emirates Foundation (2011) and Prima Visione, for the National Gallery of Cosenza (2013). In the same period the duo was …
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  95. Paola Ugolini

    Paola Ugolini

    Paola Ugolini lives and works in Rome. She is an independent curator and art critic. She regularly writes for Exibart. She curated several exhibitions and artistic projects with particular focus on women artists, the role of video art and body language in Performance Art and Feminist Art. In 1990 she was part of the curatorial team of Ubi Motus Ubi …
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  96. Delphine Valli


    Delphine Valli (Champigny-sur-Marne, France, 1972) lives and works between France and Italy, in Rome, where she graduated in Sculpture at Academy of Fine Arts in 2002. Her research is the result of the fascination she felt in observing the surrounding space and of the desire to question the apparent immutability of things. It explores the tensions between artistic intervention and …
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  97. Cosimo Veneziano


    Cosimo Veneziano (Moncalieri Turin, 1983) lives and works in Leeds, UK. He has taken part in various training and residency programmes, including: the XVII Corso Superiore di Arti Visive of the Fondazione Antonio Ratti from Como (tutor Liliana Moro), 2012; the trans-frontier project “Acteurs Transculturels” (tutors Luca Vitone and Saadane Afif), 2013; Villa Sträuli, Winthertur, Switzerland, 2015; Lugar a Dudas, …
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  98. Saverio Verini


    Saverio Verini was born in Città di Castello, Italy, in 1985. Graduated in Contemporary Art History at the Sapienza University, in 2011-2012 he is in the staff of the MACRO Museum of Rome. From 2013 to 2015 he is assistant curator at the Ermanno Casoli Foundation and from 2017 he is the exhibition coordinator at the Fondazione Memmo, in Rome. He has collaborated with cultural institutions …
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  99. Debora Vrizzi


    Born in 1975 in Cividale del Friuli (Italy), she currently lives between Udine and Rome. She is a director of photography and a videoartist. After graduating at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, she worked as fashion designer. At the same time, Vrizzi improved her personal artistic research focusing on cinema and visual art. In 2006 she graduated at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia …
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  100. Alexandra Wolframm


    Alexandra Wolframm (1971, Braunschweig, Germany) lives and works in Berlin. She studied law at the University of Hamburg (1992-1997) and from 2005 to 2008 she studied painting and video art at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. She is co-founder of “Peninsula e.V.” (, an association of Italian and German artists based in Berlin. In her artistic practice, she …
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  101. Wonderlust #rome

    wonderlust rome

    Wonderlust #rome (Francesco Buonerba, Nicoletta Guglielmucci) is a project that aims to consolidate a localized network focused on the essential role the Artists in Residence programs in the roman – and italian – art scene, facilitating artists’ growth and mobility and promoting the potential value of cultural exchange between italian and foreign operators. Wonderlust #rome is a bridge between Institutes and Academies, their …
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  102. William Wright

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    Born Lives and work in London, UK. William Wright will show a painting commissioned for the show. William Wright is a British painter and drawer. His paintings depict mainly landscapes painted after drawings sketched from nature. His naïve style conveys a poetic idea of these intimate sceneries. They have a melancholic ache that comes from someone who is a profound …
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  103. Wang Ximan


    Wang Ximan (1990, Shenyang, China) lives in Milan. She mainly works with performances and videos. She graduated in 2016 at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, where she began her research on gender identity and fluidity. In 2017 she participated in the performance workshop at the Labirynt Lublin Gallery in Poland led by Jürgen Fritz. In 2018 she participates …
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  104. Samuel Yal

    samuel yal

    Born in 1982, lives and work in Saint-Cloud, France. (2016 in Madrid) Samuel Yal will show a group of porcelain works among which two new sculptures as well as his iconic Dissolution. Samuel Yal is a French sculptor. He uses porcelain as his favourite media. His work focuses on the body and face stressing their relation to the surrounding space. …
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  105. Juan Zamora

    Juan Zamora_cradle

    Juan Zamora (born 1982, Madrid) deals with issues related to human existence and nature through an ecological and anthropological perspective, emphasizing the importance of the integrity of ecosystems in considering human interactions with the environment. He has worked as a profesor at The European University of Madrid (2007-2011), The Irvine University of California (2007-2008), The Long Island University of New …
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  106. Driant Zeneli

    Driant Zeneli - When i grow up i want to be an artist -  video, 2007, 21_55_, color, sound. Courtesy the artist and prometeogallery di Ida Pisani, Milano,  Lucca.

    Born in 1983 in Shkoder, Albania, actually he lives between Milan and Tirana. Driant Zeneli’s work challenges physical and intellectual limits by staging and performing ironic and dreamlike situations, sometimes absurd. The latter takes place with performative attempts – weather only with his personal involvement or through others – in a process that experiences time, identifies with dreams, plays with …
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