Giada Pellicari

Giada Pellicari (Padova, 1987) is an art curator and author who is devoting her research and practice to the fields of Urban Art, Public Art and New Media through exhibitions, lectures and publications. She completed her BA in Visual Arts (addressed to Contemporary Art History) at the University of Padova, Cum Laude, and her MA in Theatre and Visual Arts (addressed to Curatorial Studies and Production of Visual Arts) at IUAV University in Venice, Cum Laude. She was a curator in residence at Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venezia, for a year (2013-2014), where she curated and co-curated exhibitions, public performances, talks, videoart screenings and workshops. She was a teaching assistant for a visual art course of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in partnership with Graduate Course in Visual Arts, IUAV University. She was a delegate at “Lisbon Street Art and Urban Creativity international conference”, organized by the University of Lisbon in July 2014. She is the author of "Scrivere di Writing | Note sul mondo dei Graffiti", an Italian book on a theoretical analysis regarding the Graffiti Writing movement, published by Cleup (December 2014). She was the Coordinator of the Macedonian Pavilion for the 56th International Art Exhibition - Venice Biennale, 2015. She has published online articles, art texts and essays in books and catalogues.
Residency Program and Studio Visit – Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice

Bevilacqua La Masa is probably the most ancient residency program in Italy. The history of this institution is very interesting and unique, thanks to the woman who has been behind the whole idea. Based in Venice, Bevilacqua La Masa was born in 1898 from the...

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Handersen, Galleria Mazzoli, ph Giada Pellicari ArteFiera 2016 Bologna – The Highlights

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ArteFiera Bologna has always been one of the most famous art fairs in Italy, due to its long history and its deep establishment in the art system. This year coincides with the fortieth anniversary of the institution, that has celebrated this recurrence with a...

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Elena Mazzi Interview – Visual Anthropology and Public Art

It’s not easy to define Elena Mazzi’s artistic practice in few words. Actually, a definition is usually something that confine thoughts and ideas in a corner. It would rather be more appropriate to talk about an open process for her artistic view, which...

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Carne-studio-phzamò Carne Interview – Urban Decay and New Symbolism

Carne is a Friuli-based street artist, whose art practice pivots on a symbolical system applied to abandoned places. Carne’s works could represent a new visual glossary of symbols, which are borrowed from alchemy, various religions and esotericism. His...

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studio Fra.Biancoshock Interview – Art, Public Space and Activism

Fra.Biancoshock is a Milan-based artist whose practice blurs the thresholds between activism, street art and performance. Instead of definining himself as a street artist, Fra.Biancoshock prefers to think of himself as someone working within the public urban...

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