BIOGRAPHY OF MARCO BOLOGNESI

Marco Bolognesi was born in Bologna in 1974. He is an artist and director of experimental cinema and lives between Bologna and London. His poetics originates from a complicated childhood that leads him to grow and mature quickly, where drawing and poetry are the language with which he tells his inner world thanks to which he comes into contact with authors such as Guido Crepax and Roberto Roversi. The social theme pervades his entire artistic career, the result of the international contamination with which he comes into contact during his transfers; from Bologna to London, Rome, Vienna, China, South America and the United States.

In 2002 he won the “Artist in Residence Award” and in 2003 he held his Woodland exhibition at the Institute of Italian Culture (I.C.I) in London directed by Mario Fortunato. The exhibition, realized in conjunction with London Fashion Week, sees the collaboration with Italian and British fashion designers and focuses on the theme of hybridization imagining an OGM culture grafted on the human body. It is on this occasion that Marco Bolognesi comes into contact with fashion designer Vivien Westwood, with whom an aesthetic bond is created by virtue of the assonance of common languages between the two artists.

In 2005 he exhibited at the Biennale Giovani in the Serrone headquarters of the Reggia di Monza with two photographic works presented by the curator Martina Corgnati. In the same year he began a collaboration with Vivienne Westwood, other personalities from the fashion world and the Japanese fashion designers Atsko Kudo and Kei Kagami who worked with Bolognesi on the composition of his first book of photographs.
In 2007 Marco Bolognesi exhibited Woodland at La Nuova Pesa Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, curated by Giacomo Zaza.

In 2008, Bolognesi devoted himself to the creation of several photographic series including Babylon Federation, from which he produced a publication focusing on social issues and how the perception of war has changed in contemporary times, in an attempt to understand the contradictory mechanisms that govern a country that has always professed itself to be a defender of freedom of the press and expression.

Also in 2008 he produced and directed the short film Black Hole dedicated to the theme of hybridization and cyborgs, with which he won the “Indie Short Competition” award held in Florida and at the same time he was nominated at the Rome Festival and the Festival international du court métrage de Clermont Ferrand. The video is included in the schedule of the cable television network dedicated to contemporary art Souvenir from Earth which broadcasts in France and Germany.

In 2009 he met the Anglo-Chinese gallery owner Olyvia Kwok of Olyvia Fine Art with whom he began a collaboration that followed a solo show in London: Z Generation – The Realm Ambiguity.
In the same year, the Farnesina Collection included Marco Bolognesi among the promising young artists on the Italian scene and included one of his works in the Experimenta exhibition, a collection of works by young artists of the most recent trends in contemporary Italian art, curated by Maurizio Calvesi, Lorenzo Canova, Marco Meneguzzo and Marisa Vescovo.

Also in 2009, Bolognesi publishes with the publishing house Einaudi, the work Protocollo, a graphic novel cyberpunk born from the collaboration with the writer Carlo Lucarelli.
In 2011 Bolognesi was invited to participate in the exhibition What Made Us Famous, in which the artists Damien Hirst, Helmut Newton, Sarah Lucas, Ai Weiwei, Kim In Sook, Bob Carlos Clarke, Yayoi Kusama, Wang Guangyi took part. The exhibition is organized by Olyvia Fine Art London and curated by Olyvia Kwok.

In 2012 Bolognesi is sent to participate in the photographic exhibition at Nadokal (Vienna) curated by Daniel Zimmerman, within the fifth edition of the festival Eyes On – Month of Photography Vienna, which takes place in partnership with Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Luxembourg and Paris.

Also in 2012 he was selected by the European Photography Festival 2012 and exhibited in the Civic Museums at the Parmiggian Gallery with the photographic project Humanescape, curated by Walter Guadagnini. The project published a limited edition catalogue edited by Guadagnini himself, published by Delinea with the texts Bruce Sterling and Jasmina Tesanovic.

In the same year Bolognesi was invited to the first edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China at the Reggia di Monza, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Mian Bu, Ivan Quaroni and Wang Chunchen.

In 2014 Bolognesi moved to Rome, where he began working on the exhibition Sendai City: a retrospective of the last ten years of his work, which took the form of a solo show at Kunst Meran (Merano Arte), Palazzo delle Arti in Naples (PAN) and Spazio ABC Bologna, on this occasion with the collaboration of Robot Festival, Set Up Contemporary Art Fair and Cineteca di Bologna. From the project he realized the monograph Sendai City published by NFC.

Also in 2014 Bolognesi is invited to the fourth Fin del Mundo Biennial in Argentina in Mar del Plata and in Chile in Valparaíso, within the Italian pavilion curated by Massimo Scaringella entitled Perspectivas Italianas.

In the same year, the Magnani Foundation of Reggio Emilia commissioned Bolognesi to take a photographic project on Orlando Furioso on the occasion of the 600th anniversary of the writing of the text. The project was included in the group exhibition L’Orlando Furioso. Enchantments, passions and follies. Contemporary art reads Ariosto, curated by Sandro Parmiggiani from which a volume has been published (Silvani Edizioni). He also participates in the second edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China in Bejing.

In 2015 Bolognesi is invited to the third edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China Elisir di lunga vita, in Turin, Vercelli and Castello di Serralunga d’Alba, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Su Lei and Mian Bu, which sees among the participants the artists Michelangelo Pistoletto and Piero Gilardi.

In 2016 he moved to Bologna and was invited to the fourth edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China Metamorphosis at the Plastic Factory Cultural Park in Beijing, curated by Sandro Orlandi and Jonny Wang. On this occasion he presented the video work Blue Unnatural, recommended by the curator of the Chinese pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2013 Wang Chunchen.

In 2017 he undertook an experience in various museums in Brazil, which he inaugurated with his participation in the International Biennial of Curitiba with the exhibition Sendai City. The Truth, which enters permanently in the collection of the Oscar Niemeyer Museum (Mon).

In 2018 he is invited to participate in the exhibition Reuse focused on the reuse of objects transformed into art by masters such as Duchamp and Manzoni to contemporary artists. The exhibition was held at the Museo di Santa Caterina, Museo Casa Robegan, Cà’ dei Ricchi Treviso, curated by Valerio Dehò.

In the same year, an exhibition focused on the artists of the International Biennial of Curitiba, entitled Enigma da Visao, exhibited in a travelling way in several museums in Brazil; from the Museu de Arte de Blumenau (MAB), to the Museu de Arte de Cascavel (MAC), to the Fundação Cultural de Balneário Camboriú.

On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Museum of Curitiba (MON) the artists considered most significant are invited, including Marco Bolognesi, with the exhibition Unspoken Deals – Bienal de Curitiba 25 años, Museo Oscar Nimayer (MON) Curitiba, curated by Tício Escobar and Luiz Carlos Brugnera.

In 2019 he realized an interactive and multimedia performance of fifteen days focused on the theme of emigration for the project Asylum in Macro Museum in Rome entitled Corpi Estranei.

Selected Solo Exhibition

2019

– Technomutant, La Nuova Pesa Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, curated by Giacomo Daniele Fragapane

– Corpi Estranei, Museo Arte Contemporanea Roma (Macro Asilo), Rome, curated by Elena Paloscia

 

2017

– Sendai City: the Truth, Bienal de Curitiba ’17, Museo Oscar Niemeyer (Mon), Curitiba, curated by Massimo Scaringella

 

2015
Sendai City. To The End of The Future. Third Chapter, Palazzo delle arti Napoli (PAN), Naples, curated by Valerio Dehò e Massimo Sgroi

– Sendai City. To The End of The Future. Second Chapter, Spazio Abc, Bologna, curated by Valerio Dehò

 

2014

– Sendai City. To The End of The Future. Kunst Meran, Meran, curated by Valerio Dehò

 

2012

– B.O.M.A.R. Universe, Galleria La Giarina, Verona, curated by Valerio Dehò

– Humanescape, Fotografia Europea 2012, Musei Civici-Galleria Parmeggiani, Reggio Emilia, curated by Walter Guadagnini

 

2011

– Invideo, Spazio Oberdan MEET Digital Culture Center / Fondazione Cineteca Italiana – Istituto Europeo di Design (IED), Milan, curated by Romano Fattorossi and Sandra Lischi

 

2009

– Dark Star, Solares Fondazione delle Arti, Parma, curated by Elena Forin

– Z Generation/The Realm of Ambiguity, Olyvia Oriental Gallery, London, curated by Olyvia Kwok

 

2008

– La memoria dentro il futuro, Casa Masaccio Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, San Giovanni Valdarno, curated by Gianluca Marziani

 

2007

– Marco Bolognesi, La Nuova Pesa Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, curated by Giacomo Zaza

– Back in Black, Galleria Contemporanea, Pescara, curated by Gianluca Marziani

 

2006

– Woodland, Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London, curated by Cynthia Corbett

– Woodland, Galleria Paolo Nanni, Bologna, curated by Martina Corgnati

 

2003

– Woodland, Artist in Residence Award, Italian Cultural Institute (I.C.I), London, curated by Mario Fortunato

 

Selected Group Exhibition

 

2019

– 50 anni di Luna Nuova, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, curated by Anna Caterina Bellati

 

2018

– Re.Use, Museo di Santa Caterina – Museo Casa Robegan – Ca’ dei Ricchi, Treviso, curated by Valerio Dehò

– Enigma da Visao, Museu de Arte de Blumenau (MAB), Blumenau, curated by Massimo Scaringella and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

– Our Place in Space, ESO Supernova Planetarium and Visitor Centre, Garching bei München, curated by Antonella Nota and Anna Caterina Bellati

– Enigma da Visao, MAC Museu de Arte de Cascavel, Cascavel, curated by Massimo Scaringella and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

– Unspoken Deals, Bienal de Curitiba 25 años, Museo Oscar Nimayer (MON), Curitiba, curated by Tício Escobar and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

Enigma da Visao, Fundação Cultural de Balneário Camboriú, Balneário Camboriú, curated by Massimo Scaringella and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

 

2017

Our Place in Space, Palazzo Franchetti, Venice, curated by di Antonella Nota and Anna Caterina Bellati

 

2016
IV Biennale Italia-Cina, Metamorfosi, Plastic Factory Cultural Park, Beijing, curated by Sandro Orlandi and Jonny Wang

 

2015

II Biennale Italia-Cina, Elisir di lunga vita, il Mastio della Cittadella, Turin – Polo Espositivo Arca, Vercelli – Il Castello di Serralunga d’Alba, Serralunga d’Alba, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Su Lei and Mian Bu

Materia Celeste, Scoletta della Bragora, Venice, curated by Anna Caterina Bellati and Antonella Nota

The Others, Palazzo Dolfin Bollani, Venice, curated by Massimo Scaringella

2014

– L’Orlando furioso. incantamenti, passioni e follie. L’arte contemporanea legge l’Ariosto, Fondazione Palazzo Magnani, Reggio Emilia, curated by Sandro Parmiggiani

– IV Bienal del Fin del Mundo, Perspectivas Italianas, Mar del Plata, curated by Massimo Scaringella

– II Biennale Italia-Cina, Shisanling Beizhou, Beijing, curated by Sandro Orlandi and Mian Bu

 

2013

– Ad Imaginem Suam, Museo Arte Contemporaneo Sicilia (MacS), Catania, curated by Alberto Agazzani

– Luce sul Mare, Porto Mirabello, La Spezia, curated by Anna Caterina Bellati

– Side Products, Nadalokal, Wien, curated by Amanda Piña and Daniel Zimmermann

 

2012

– Eyes On, Fifth Edition of The Month of Photography, Nadalokal, Wien

– I Biennale d’Arte Contemporanea Italia-Cina, Reggia, Monza, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Mian Bu, Ivan Quaroni and Wang Chunchen

– La Rètina Lucente, LVII mostra nazionale d’Arte Contemporanea, Galleria Civica d’Arte Contemporanea, Termoli, curated by Lorenzo Canova

 

2011

– Zig, Zag, opere della collezione d’arte contemporanea, Casa Masaccio / Casa Giovanni Mannozzi / Palazzo d’Arnolfo, San Giovanni Valdarno

What Made Us Famous, Olyvia Fine Art, London, curated by Olyvia Kwok

– Beauty and Revolution Summer Group Shiow, Olyvia Fine Art, London, curated by Olyvia Kwok

Babylon Federation, Bonioni Arte, Reggio Emilia, curated by Michele Medici

 

2010

– Femme Fatale, Rudolf Budja Galerie, Salzburg, curated by Rudolf Budja

Difforme, ARATRO – Archivio delle Arti Elettroniche – Laboratorio per l’Arte Contemporanea, Università degli Studi del Molise, Campobasso, curated by Lorenzo Canova and Flavia Monceri

 

2009 

– Not so Private, Villa delle Rose, Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna (MAMbo), Bologna, curated by Gianfranco Maraniello

 

2008 

– Work in Progress, La Giarina, Verona, curated by Elena Forin

– Faces, Monocromo Art Gallery, Rome, curated by Chiara Canali

– In-contro – parole ed immagini, Galleria Stefano Forni, Bologna, curated by Silvia Forni and Maurizio Stupiggia

 

2007 

– Il gioco dell’ombra, Galleria Marchina Arte Contemporanea, Brescia

– Roseto Dialettico. Fenomenologia di un fiore, Pardes, Barchessa di Villa Dona’ delle Rose, Mirano, curated by Maria Luisa Trevisan

– 15×15, Forte Belvedere, Florence

 

2006 

– Anima digitale, Galleria Sergio Tossi, Fortezza da Basso, Florence, curated by Sergio Tossi and Valerio Dehò

– Flowers, Galleria Forni, Bologna, curated by Daniela Facchinato

Corbett Projects Celebrates Frieze, Stockwell Studios, London, curated by Cynthia Corbett

 

2005

– Serrone Biennale Giovani 05, Reggia, Monza, curated by Luca Beatrice, Martina Corgnati, Gianluca Marziani, Marco Meneguzzo and Marisa Vescovo

Confini 03, FotoGrafia International Photographic Festival, Massenzio Arte, Rome

Sociale digitale, Hyunnart studio arte contemporanea, Rome, curated by Paola Donato, Elena Paloscia, Loris Schermi and Fabrizio Zanella

Marco Bolognesi was born in Bologna in 1974. He is an artist and director of experimental cinema and lives between Bologna and London. His poetics originates from a complicated childhood that leads him to grow and mature quickly, where drawing and poetry are the language with which he tells his inner world thanks to which he comes into contact with authors such as Guido Crepax and Roberto Roversi. The social theme pervades his entire artistic career, the result of the international contamination with which he comes into contact during his transfers; from Bologna to London, Rome, Vienna, China, South America and the United States.

In 2002 he won the “Artist in Residence Award” and in 2003 he held his Woodland exhibition at the Institute of Italian Culture (I.C.I) in London directed by Mario Fortunato. The exhibition, realized in conjunction with London Fashion Week, sees the collaboration with Italian and British fashion designers and focuses on the theme of hybridization imagining an OGM culture grafted on the human body. It is on this occasion that Marco Bolognesi comes into contact with fashion designer Vivien Westwood, with whom an aesthetic bond is created by virtue of the assonance of common languages between the two artists.

In 2005 he exhibited at the Biennale Giovani in the Serrone headquarters of the Reggia di Monza with two photographic works presented by the curator Martina Corgnati. In the same year he began a collaboration with Vivienne Westwood, other personalities from the fashion world and the Japanese fashion designers Atsko Kudo and Kei Kagami who worked with Bolognesi on the composition of his first book of photographs.

In 2007 Marco Bolognesi exhibited Woodland at La Nuova Pesa Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, curated by Giacomo Zaza.

In 2008, Bolognesi devoted himself to the creation of several photographic series including Babylon Federation, from which he produced a publication focusing on social issues and how the perception of war has changed in contemporary times, in an attempt to understand the contradictory mechanisms that govern a country that has always professed itself to be a defender of freedom of the press and expression.

Also in 2008 he produced and directed the short film Black Hole dedicated to the theme of hybridization and cyborgs, with which he won the “Indie Short Competition” award held in Florida and at the same time he was nominated at the Rome Festival and the Festival international du court métrage de Clermont Ferrand. The video is included in the schedule of the cable television network dedicated to contemporary art Souvenir from Earth which broadcasts in France and Germany.

In 2009 he met the Anglo-Chinese gallery owner Olyvia Kwok of Olyvia Fine Art with whom he began a collaboration that followed a solo show in London: Z Generation – The Realm Ambiguity.

In the same year, the Farnesina Collection included Marco Bolognesi among the promising young artists on the Italian scene and included one of his works in the Experimenta exhibition, a collection of works by young artists of the most recent trends in contemporary Italian art, curated by Maurizio Calvesi, Lorenzo Canova, Marco Meneguzzo and Marisa Vescovo.

Also in 2009, Bolognesi publishes with the publishing house Einaudi, the work Protocollo, a graphic novel cyberpunk born from the collaboration with the writer Carlo Lucarelli.

In 2011 Bolognesi was invited to participate in the exhibition What Made Us Famous, in which the artists Damien Hirst, Helmut Newton, Sarah Lucas, Ai Weiwei, Kim In Sook, Bob Carlos Clarke, Yayoi Kusama, Wang Guangyi took part. The exhibition is organized by Olyvia Fine Art London and curated by Olyvia Kwok.

In 2012 Bolognesi is sent to participate in the photographic exhibition at Nadokal (Vienna) curated by Daniel Zimmerman, within the fifth edition of the festival Eyes On – Month of Photography Vienna, which takes place in partnership with Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Luxembourg and Paris.

Also in 2012 he was selected by the European Photography Festival 2012 and exhibited in the Civic Museums at the Parmiggian Gallery with the photographic project Humanescape, curated by Walter Guadagnini. The project published a limited edition catalogue edited by Guadagnini himself, published by Delinea with the texts Bruce Sterling and Jasmina Tesanovic.

In the same year Bolognesi was invited to the first edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China at the Reggia di Monza, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Mian Bu, Ivan Quaroni and Wang Chunchen.

In 2014 Bolognesi moved to Rome, where he began working on the exhibition Sendai City: a retrospective of the last ten years of his work, which took the form of a solo show at Kunst Meran (Merano Arte), Palazzo delle Arti in Naples (PAN) and Spazio ABC Bologna, on this occasion with the collaboration of Robot Festival, Set Up Contemporary Art Fair and Cineteca di Bologna. From the project he realized the monograph Sendai City published by NFC.

Also in 2014 Bolognesi is invited to the fourth Fin del Mundo Biennial in Argentina in Mar del Plata and in Chile in Valparaíso, within the Italian pavilion curated by Massimo Scaringella entitled Perspectivas Italianas.

In the same year, the Magnani Foundation of Reggio Emilia commissioned Bolognesi to take a photographic project on Orlando Furioso on the occasion of the 600th anniversary of the writing of the text. The project was included in the group exhibition L’Orlando Furioso. Enchantments, passions and follies. Contemporary art reads Ariosto, curated by Sandro Parmiggiani from which a volume has been published (Silvani Edizioni). He also participates in the second edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China in Bejing.

In 2015 Bolognesi is invited to the third edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China Elisir di lunga vita, in Turin, Vercelli and Castello di Serralunga d’Alba, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Su Lei and Mian Bu, which sees among the participants the artists Michelangelo Pistoletto and Piero Gilardi.

In 2016 he moved to Bologna and was invited to the fourth edition of the Biennial of Contemporary Art Italy-China Metamorphosis at the Plastic Factory Cultural Park in Beijing, curated by Sandro Orlandi and Jonny Wang. On this occasion he presented the video work Blue Unnatural, recommended by the curator of the Chinese pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2013 Wang Chunchen.

In 2017 he undertook an experience in various museums in Brazil, which he inaugurated with his participation in the International Biennial of Curitiba with the exhibition Sendai City. The Truth, which enters permanently in the collection of the Oscar Niemeyer Museum (Mon).

In 2018 he is invited to participate in the exhibition Reuse focused on the reuse of objects transformed into art by masters such as Duchamp and Manzoni to contemporary artists. The exhibition was held at the Museo di Santa Caterina, Museo Casa Robegan, Cà’ dei Ricchi Treviso, curated by Valerio Dehò.

In the same year, an exhibition focused on the artists of the International Biennial of Curitiba, entitled Enigma da Visao, exhibited in a travelling way in several museums in Brazil; from the Museu de Arte de Blumenau (MAB), to the Museu de Arte de Cascavel (MAC), to the Fundação Cultural de Balneário Camboriú.

On the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Museum of Curitiba (MON) the artists considered most significant are invited, including Marco Bolognesi, with the exhibition Unspoken Deals – Bienal de Curitiba 25 años, Museo Oscar Nimayer (MON) Curitiba, curated by Tício Escobar and Luiz Carlos Brugnera.

In 2019 he realized an interactive and multimedia performance of fifteen days focused on the theme of emigration for the project Asylum in Macro Museum in Rome entitled Corpi Estranei.

Selected Solo Exhibition

2019

– Technomutant, La Nuova Pesa Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, curated by Giacomo Daniele Fragapane

– Corpi Estranei, Museo Arte Contemporanea Roma (Macro Asilo), Rome, curated by Elena Paloscia

 

2017

– Sendai City: the Truth, Bienal de Curitiba ’17, Museo Oscar Niemeyer (Mon), Curitiba, curated by Massimo Scaringella

 

2015
Sendai City. To The End of The Future. Third Chapter, Palazzo delle arti Napoli (PAN), Naples, curated by Valerio Dehò e Massimo Sgroi

– Sendai City. To The End of The Future. Second Chapter, Spazio Abc, Bologna, curated by Valerio Dehò

 

2014

– Sendai City. To The End of The Future. Kunst Meran, Meran, curated by Valerio Dehò

 

2012

– B.O.M.A.R. Universe, Galleria La Giarina, Verona, curated by Valerio Dehò

– Humanescape, Fotografia Europea 2012, Musei Civici-Galleria Parmeggiani, Reggio Emilia, curated by Walter Guadagnini

 

2011

– Invideo, Spazio Oberdan MEET Digital Culture Center / Fondazione Cineteca Italiana – Istituto Europeo di Design (IED), Milan, curated by Romano Fattorossi and Sandra Lischi

 

2009

– Dark Star, Solares Fondazione delle Arti, Parma, curated by Elena Forin

– Z Generation/The Realm of Ambiguity, Olyvia Oriental Gallery, London, curated by Olyvia Kwok

 

2008

– La memoria dentro il futuro, Casa Masaccio Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, San Giovanni Valdarno, curated by Gianluca Marziani

 

2007

– Marco Bolognesi, La Nuova Pesa Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, curated by Giacomo Zaza

– Back in Black, Galleria Contemporanea, Pescara, curated by Gianluca Marziani

 

2006

– Woodland, Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London, curated by Cynthia Corbett

– Woodland, Galleria Paolo Nanni, Bologna, curated by Martina Corgnati

 

2003

– Woodland, Artist in Residence Award, Italian Cultural Institute (I.C.I), London, curated by Mario Fortunato

 

Selected Group Exhibition

 

2019

– 50 anni di Luna Nuova, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, curated by Anna Caterina Bellati

 

2018

– Re.Use, Museo di Santa Caterina – Museo Casa Robegan – Ca’ dei Ricchi, Treviso, curated by Valerio Dehò

– Enigma da Visao, Museu de Arte de Blumenau (MAB), Blumenau, curated by Massimo Scaringella and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

– Our Place in Space, ESO Supernova Planetarium and Visitor Centre, Garching bei München, curated by Antonella Nota and Anna Caterina Bellati

– Enigma da Visao, MAC Museu de Arte de Cascavel, Cascavel, curated by Massimo Scaringella and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

– Unspoken Deals, Bienal de Curitiba 25 años, Museo Oscar Nimayer (MON), Curitiba, curated by Tício Escobar and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

Enigma da Visao, Fundação Cultural de Balneário Camboriú, Balneário Camboriú, curated by Massimo Scaringella and Luiz Carlos Brugnera

 

2017

Our Place in Space, Palazzo Franchetti, Venice, curated by di Antonella Nota and Anna Caterina Bellati

 

2016
IV Biennale Italia-Cina, Metamorfosi, Plastic Factory Cultural Park, Beijing, curated by Sandro Orlandi and Jonny Wang

 

2015

II Biennale Italia-Cina, Elisir di lunga vita, il Mastio della Cittadella, Turin – Polo Espositivo Arca, Vercelli – Il Castello di Serralunga d’Alba, Serralunga d’Alba, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Su Lei and Mian Bu

Materia Celeste, Scoletta della Bragora, Venice, curated by Anna Caterina Bellati and Antonella Nota

The Others, Palazzo Dolfin Bollani, Venice, curated by Massimo Scaringella

2014

– L’Orlando furioso. incantamenti, passioni e follie. L’arte contemporanea legge l’Ariosto, Fondazione Palazzo Magnani, Reggio Emilia, curated by Sandro Parmiggiani

– IV Bienal del Fin del Mundo, Perspectivas Italianas, Mar del Plata, curated by Massimo Scaringella

– II Biennale Italia-Cina, Shisanling Beizhou, Beijing, curated by Sandro Orlandi and Mian Bu

 

2013

– Ad Imaginem Suam, Museo Arte Contemporaneo Sicilia (MacS), Catania, curated by Alberto Agazzani

– Luce sul Mare, Porto Mirabello, La Spezia, curated by Anna Caterina Bellati

– Side Products, Nadalokal, Wien, curated by Amanda Piña and Daniel Zimmermann

 

2012

– Eyes On, Fifth Edition of The Month of Photography, Nadalokal, Wien

– I Biennale d’Arte Contemporanea Italia-Cina, Reggia, Monza, curated by Sandro Orlandi, Mian Bu, Ivan Quaroni and Wang Chunchen

– La Rètina Lucente, LVII mostra nazionale d’Arte Contemporanea, Galleria Civica d’Arte Contemporanea, Termoli, curated by Lorenzo Canova

 

2011

– Zig, Zag, opere della collezione d’arte contemporanea, Casa Masaccio / Casa Giovanni Mannozzi / Palazzo d’Arnolfo, San Giovanni Valdarno

What Made Us Famous, Olyvia Fine Art, London, curated by Olyvia Kwok

– Beauty and Revolution Summer Group Shiow, Olyvia Fine Art, London, curated by Olyvia Kwok

Babylon Federation, Bonioni Arte, Reggio Emilia, curated by Michele Medici

 

2010

– Femme Fatale, Rudolf Budja Galerie, Salzburg, curated by Rudolf Budja

Difforme, ARATRO – Archivio delle Arti Elettroniche – Laboratorio per l’Arte Contemporanea, Università degli Studi del Molise, Campobasso, curated by Lorenzo Canova and Flavia Monceri

 

2009 

– Not so Private, Villa delle Rose, Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna (MAMbo), Bologna, curated by Gianfranco Maraniello

 

2008 

– Work in Progress, La Giarina, Verona, curated by Elena Forin

– Faces, Monocromo Art Gallery, Rome, curated by Chiara Canali

– In-contro – parole ed immagini, Galleria Stefano Forni, Bologna, curated by Silvia Forni and Maurizio Stupiggia

 

2007 

– Il gioco dell’ombra, Galleria Marchina Arte Contemporanea, Brescia

– Roseto Dialettico. Fenomenologia di un fiore, Pardes, Barchessa di Villa Dona’ delle Rose, Mirano, curated by Maria Luisa Trevisan

– 15×15, Forte Belvedere, Florence

 

2006 

– Anima digitale, Galleria Sergio Tossi, Fortezza da Basso, Florence, curated by Sergio Tossi and Valerio Dehò

– Flowers, Galleria Forni, Bologna, curated by Daniela Facchinato

Corbett Projects Celebrates Frieze, Stockwell Studios, London, curated by Cynthia Corbett

 

2005

– Serrone Biennale Giovani 05, Reggia, Monza, curated by Luca Beatrice, Martina Corgnati, Gianluca Marziani, Marco Meneguzzo and Marisa Vescovo

Confini 03, FotoGrafia International Photographic Festival, Massenzio Arte, Rome

Sociale digitale, Hyunnart studio arte contemporanea, Rome, curated by Paola Donato, Elena Paloscia, Loris Schermi and Fabrizio Zanella

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