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Valentina D'Amaro

 

Valentina D'Amaro

Born in 1966 in Massa (MS), she lives and works in Milan. Personal exhibitions in 2004 “Untitled”, Antonio Colombo Contemporary Art, Milan, text in the catalog by Gianni Romano; in 2002 at the Kunstadapter Gallery in Frankfurt and in 2001 at the De March – Solbiati gallery, Legnano (MI); with text in the catalog by G. Romano. In 1999 by Nuova Artesegno, Udine, in collaboration with Studio D’arte Cannaviello. Among the group exhibitions, we highlight in 2003 “Toscana picta. Young Tuscan painting ”, Italian Cultural Institute, Lisbon, curated by A. Romanini; “Colectiva”, Galeria Jorg and Shirley, Lisboa (Portugal); “Painting as a concept”, Palazzo Ducale, Massa, curated by L. Beatrice; in 2002 “Lissone Award”, Civic Art Gallery, Lissone (MI), curated by F. Gualdoni; “Faces and Places”, Biagiotti Contemporary Art, Florence; “Contemporary portrait”, Medieval Tower, Moggio Udinese, Udine, curated by M. Di Marzio and E. Santese; “301,302 sq km, Italian landscape through painting”, Galleria Alessandro Bagnai, Florence, curated by L. Beatrice; "Four ways, the four ways of the new contemporary Italian landscape", Modern art gallery and church of S. Antonio Abate, Udine, curated by L. Beatrice and P. Manazza; in 2001 “Junge Italienische Malerai”, Galerie Binz & Kramer, Cologne; Fabjbasaglia Gallery, Rimini; Espace Ernst Hilger, Paris; Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna; edited by G. Romano; “Cairo Comunication” Prize, La posteria, Milan; “(Ultra) bodies”, cloister of S.Agostino, Pietrasanta (LU), curated by M.Sciaccaluga. In 2000 the “Frisia” Prize, Merate (Lecco), curated by S. Fontana; "Sui Generis", Pavilion of Contemporary Art, Milan, curated by A.Riva; in 1999 "Additions to the catalog, new Italian painting in the museum spaces", Gallery of Modern Art in Udine; "Neoiconica" Studio d’Arte Cannaviello, Milan, critical text by G. Gigliotti; Paolo Pini Museum of Art, permanent collection, Milan; "T.R." former Todeschini hardware store, Faenza, edited by M.Zauli; “Morbì, an insecure port”, Mole Vanvitelliana, Ancona; “Italian Memories” Guang Dong Museum of Art, Canton, China, curated by E. Cannaviello, N. Dimitri, S. Fontana.



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