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“Until Further Notice” Webinar #3

Date:

10/29/2020


“Until Further Notice” Webinar #3

The series of webinars “Until Further Notice” dedicated to the future of the art professions in the era of social distancing, continues with: Marina Sagona (Italian artist based in New York) and Silvia Giambrone (Italian artist living between Italy and London)

Moderated by art writer and U.S. correspondent for Artribune, Maurita Cardone.

Registration required

 

Marina Sagona is an Italian and American artist living in New York City. She works in a variety of visual media, often around the concepts of control and codependency, sometimes collaborating with other artists. Sagona was born in Rome and first started her artistic career as an illustrator working in the publishing world. In Rome she was assistant to artist Mario Schifano. In 1995, Sagona moved to the United States and began to contribute regularly to The New Yorker and The New York Times. From 2006 to 2008 she directed the contemporary department of Fiac Foundation for Italian Art and Culture. In 2014, she co-curated the show Dante Ferretti: Design and Construction for the Cinema at MoMA. Sagona is the recipient of the 2017 Strategic 50 Award and of the 2019 Domus Artist Residency in Galatina, Italy.

Silvia Giambrone was born in 1981. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome (2002- 2006). She has held residencies throughout Europe and USA and been awarded several prizes over the past five years. She has recently been awarded the VAF prize, the most important prize for young Italian artists. Giambrone, who both lives and works between Rome and London, works about both the physical and invisible evidences of the strong connection between violence and the ‘subjectification’ process. She is Ambassador for Kaunas2022. She works with Richard Saltoun Gallery, Stefania Miscetti Studio, Galleria Marcolini.

Information

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020

Organized by : ICI

Entrance : Free


Location:

Zoom Webinar

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