Stefania Migliorati stefaniamigliorati.com
Stefania Migliorati (b. 1977, Bergamo, Italy) lives and works between Bergamo and Berlin. Her works and projects are investigations of the topics associated with the concepts of space and location, encompassing many of the different notions of how these terms can be applied, with a specific focus on public space. She was selected for the Grand Tour d’Italie 2018, received a mention for the 2013 Talent Prize as well as the 2008 Premio Profilo Arte, has exhibited in numerous galleries and institutions such as Manifesta12/Collaterals (Palermo, 2018), Galerie Wedding – Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst (Berlin, 2017), Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa (Venice, 2017), La Fabbrica del Vapore (Milan, 2015), Beton7 (Athens, 2015), Palazzo Busacca (Scicli, 2014), Zajia lab (Beijing, 2012), Galerie Weisser Elefant (Berlin, 2010), CCCB, Centre de Cultura Contemporánia de Barcelona (Barcelona, 2009), Galleria A+A (Venice, 2009), Museo della Permanente (Milan, 2008) and Magazine (Belgrade, 2007), amongst others.
Rebecca Agnes rebeccaagnes.org
Rebecca Agnes was born in 1978 in Pavia, Italy. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan, the city where she lived until 2006, when she moved to Berlin.
She has exhibited in several galleries and non-profit spaces: Fusion Art Gallery/Inaudita, (Turin 2019), Acud (Berlin 2019), A+A Gallery (Venice 2019). Bocs (Cosenza 2018). Galerie Wedding – Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst (Berlino, 2017), Associazione Culturale Dello Scompiglio (2016), La Fabbrica del Vapore (Milano, 2015), Beton7 (Atene, 2015), 4° Bienal del Fin del Mundo (2015 Valparaíso, Chile), Beo_Project (Belgrade, 2014), Care/Of (Milano, 2014) Ambasciata Italiana di Berlino (Berlino 2011), MicaMoca Projects (Berlino, 2011), 2nd Moscow International Biennale for Young Art (Mosca, 2010), Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa e Palazzetto Tito (Venezia 2009), GC.AC Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone (2008), Centre International d’Accueil et d’Echanges des Récollets (Parigi 2007), Museo Marino Marini (Firenze, 2007), Assab One (2004), Viafarini (Milano 2003).
Melo Börner meloboerner.com
Melo Börner born in Lichtenstein / Saxony studied at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts under Wilhelm Mundt and completed her MA Sculpture in 2018 at the Royal College of Art London. In 2019 she is a scholarship holder of the Goldrausch Künstlerinnen Project Berlin. Melo Börner’ s work has been shown in: Too Much Information, Seventeen Gallery, London, 2018; dgtl fmnsm I and II, Festspielhaus Hellerau, Dresden, 2017/18; What can be done to make trouble ?, Kunstverein family Montez, Cologne, 2017; Borders Borders, Edinburgh College of Art, 2016; Error Island, Art-Kvartira Art Center, Dnipro (Ukraine), 2016. She performs as DJ SHE’OL, plays in the band Short & Pregnant and is a founding member of the Off Space ‘Golf Course’ in Dresden. Melo Boerner lives and works in Berlin.
Barbara Fragogna barbarafragogna.com
Barbara Fragogna, Venice 1975, is a multidisciplinary artist, art director and publisher. Currently based in Turin, Italy. “My artistic research investigates the themes of productive failure such as irony, anxiety, the sense of ridicule, nausea, individualism, non-democratic confrontation, obsession, patriarchy, the defeat of memory, the re-dimension of the ego, the absurd and the paradox through the artistic and curatorial practice as a useless but necessary action.” She has exhibited in galleries and institutions in Italy and abroad, she worked as art director of KH Tacheles from 2008 to 2012, in 2013 she founded the Independent publishing house Edizioni Inaudite. From 2015 she is the director of the Fusion Art Gallery / Inaudita project in Turin
Silvia Giambrone silviagiambrone.com
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 over the past four years. Giambrone, who both lives and works in Rome, is also the co-founder of the 26cc artist space in Rome. She uses conceptual art to illustrate her own social commentary with a keen focus on gender politics. Some of her exhibitions include: Pandora’s Box, CCCB Museum, Madrid (2009); Eurasia, Mart Museum, Rovereto (2009); Qui vive? Moscow Biennale of young artists (2010); Flyers, Oncena Biennal de la Havana (2012); Re- generation, Macro Museum, Roma (2012); Autoritratti. Iscrizioni del femminile nell’arte italiana contemporanea, MAMbo, Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna (2013); Mediterranea 16 (2013); Kaunas Bienale Unitext (2013); Let it go, American Academy in Rome (2013), Let it go, Riso Museum, Palermo (2014), Critica in arte, MAR Museum, Ravenna (2014), Ciò che non siamo, ciò che non vogliamo, MAG Museum, Riva del Garda (2014); Silvia Giambrone: A terrible love of war, Kaunas Bienale (2015); The Body as Language: Women and Performance, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London (2015; ); ‘Suite Rivolta’, Carla Lonzi’s feminism and the art of revolt, Museu de Electricidade, Doclisboa’s Passages, Lisboa (2015); Every passion borders on the chaotic, Museo Villa Croce, Genova (2016); W Women in Italian Design, Triennale Design Museum, Milano (2016); Archeologia domestica Vol. I, Italienisches Kulturinstitut Köln (2016); Say it with flowers, Studio Miscetti, Roma (2016); Gina Pane – Silvia Giambrone, the expanded action, Crearte Studio, Oderzo (2016). Terra mediterranea: in action, NiMAC, Nicosia, Cyprus (2017); Body to body, Galleria Nazionale di Arte Moderna, Roma (2017): Time is out of Joint, Galleria Nazionale di Arte Moderna, Roma (2017).
Nadine Rennert nadinerennert.de
Nadine Rennert is a visual artist based in Berlin. She got her master degree at Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. Her work contains sculpture and installation as well as drawing, photography and video. Her intention is to create a relation between internal mental experiences and external expressions in her art. Through her art she shares her explorations with the audience and encourages them to follow their own investigations. Nadine has been the recipient of various grants and residencies. She has presented her work in solo and group shows in Germany and abroad. She published monographs about her work. She teaches art in Germany and works as a mediator between art and public.
Ivana Spinelli ivanaspinelli.net
Ivana Spinelli (1972) Italian artist based in Berlin and Bologna, where she teaches sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts. Her practice develops in the physical and relational space, using drawing, performance, painting, sculpture, installation, workshops. In 2004 she created the Global Pin-Up meta-brand. Her works have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions at 5th Mediations BIENNAL (Poznan, PL), Akademie der Künste (Berlin), Italian Academy (New York), Museo Baracco (Rome). In 2005 she won the New York Prize. Among the essays which include her works: Das Image des Terrorismus im Kunstsystem by Sebastian Baden (Metzel, 2018), Enquete BBM (efau Verlag, 2017), The Aesthetics of Terror by Manon Slome (Charta, 2009), Clothings as a symbol of Identity by Irfan Hošić, Global Fight Club by Matthias Reichelt (Distillery, 2011). Among her published artist books Minimum (2017) and Global Sisters – The Contradictions of Love (Revolver Books ed. 2012).
Miriam Wuttke miriam-wuttke.html
Miriam Wuttke, born in 1975 in Forchheim, Franken. New York City 1996-2001 (Art Students League/ Prof Larry Poons, Abstract painting). Painting, installation, performance; solo, group shows, NYC. Bremen 2001-2006 (Fachhochschule Ottersberg/ Prof Hermanus Westendorp). Painting, installation, performance; solo and group shows, NYC, USA, Germany Berlin 2007-2019. Painting, installation, performance, photography; solo and group shows, International Multidisciplinary projects with studio based in Berlin. Miriam Wuttke has been performing mostly as a solo artist in site specific installations during solo- exhibitions, group shows and performance events. From 2006 on she has been showing work revolving around her multidisciplinary projects in NYC, Berlin, London, Munich, Hamburg, Salzburg, Miami, Poznan, Padova, Turin, Venice and dOCUMENTA(13) Kassel.