Artists

Mario Cresci (Chiavari, 1942) He is among the first in Italy of his generation to apply and combine the culture of the project with experimentation on visual languages. His complex…
Italo-palestinian, former assistant of Richard Avedon and teacher at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, after a successful career as a fashion photographer recognized by the…
Silvia Camporesi, born 1973 in Forlì, graduated in Philosophy, lives and works in Forlì. Through photography and video, Silvia Camporesi creates narrations that draw upon myth, literature, religion and real…
Anna Di Prospero was born in Rome in 1987.He studied photography at the European Institute of Design in Rome and the School of Visual Arts in New York. His photographic…
Marcello Carrà is born in Ferrara in 1976. He studied Civil Engineering at the University of Ferrara. He is an artist specialized in drawing with Bic pen in great dimensions…
Ketty Tagliatti, born in Ferrara in 1955, graduated from the Fine Arts Academy of Bologna. Between 1992 and 2002 the artist collaborated with the Gallery Studio la Città di Verona,…
Marco Di Giovanni's first solo exhibitions are held in alternative spaces such as the Unsicht Keller in Berlin in 1999 and the Zero Media Zanchetta Archive in Bologna in 2001.…
Stefano Bombardieri is born in Brescia in 1968. He learned artistic techniques from his sculptor father, and experimented with various materials. This helped him to acquire a great knowledge on…
Maurizio Camerani (Ferrara, 1951), graduated in Sculpture at Bologna’s Accademia di Belle Arti e Dams, lives and works in Ferrara. He started off as a video artist, handling electronic art…
Stefano Scheda is born in Faenza in 1957. He now lives in Bologna and teaches “strategy of invention” at the Fine Arts Academy. In his works, he has always tried…
Dacia Manto's (Milan, 1973) work has fluvial and marshland territories, residues of plain woodlands, marginal and semi-wild areas in its center. Her works are examples of precarious and spatial architecture,…
Hiroyuki Masuyama’s (Tsukuba, 1968) variously sized light-boxes are not simply photographic reproductions of the paintings and watercolours of William Turner. They are instead a conceptual operation on the work of…

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