Camilla Alberti

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Milan, 1994

She obtained a MA in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at NABA. As a visual artist, she works on how the world is constantly constructed and inhabited, focusing on the relationships between the different living species and the surrounding space. Currently, his research focuses on the study of imagery and narrative methods that can transform the human world through a new mythology that sees monsters as potential symbols.
Recent exhibitions: Wonderful! Palazzo Vecchio and Museo Novecento, Florence (2022); Approach#1, MLZ Art Dep & Wiener Art Foundation, Trieste (2022); AnimalAmongAnimals, Galleria Regionale Spazzapan (2022); AlterEva, Palazzo Strozzi (2021); Unbinding Creatures curated by Andreas Heller, Archaeology Museum Schloss Eggenberg with the support of Atelier Schillerstraße, Graz, Austria Archaeology (2021); Nessun Luogo è come Casa, Triangolo Gallery, Cremona (2020); Impermanence, Galleria Ipercubo (2020); Swamp School, Lithuanian Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale (2018); Residencies: Styria-Artist-in-Residence, Graz (2021); NAHR, Val Taleggio (2021); Casa degli Artisti, Milan (2020/2021); Neuro_Revolution by Air Trieste (2019).
Special projects: winner of the public notice Cantica21. Italian Contemporary Art Everywhere – Under 35 Section, promoted by MAECI-DGSP / MiC-DGCC; artist selected by Hyundai Europe to produce a work for the #inspiredbybayon launch campaign of the new vehicle ‘Bayon’ (2021).
His works can be found in the following collections: Farnesina Collection, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Rome; Nctm per l’Arte, ADVANT Nctm curated by Gabi Scardi, Milan; la Permanente Museum, Milan; Corneliani Collection curated by S. Baldi, Milan.
She is currently in artistic residence at the Seoul Institute of the Arts, Ansan, Seoul – South Korea.

Nessun luogo è come casa

Nessun luogo è come casa

12/12/2020 - 24/01/2021


16/06/2020 - 30/09/2020