Exhibitions—Temple Rome Gallery of Art
Lutti: Ceccobelli, Levini, Rossano, Salvatori; Bre, Del Colle, Lodoli, Magrelli, Veronesi
This exhibition, entitled Mourning, inaugurated the on-going programming of exhibitions in the Gallery of Art, and presented a group of artists whose works reflect on the end of an important decade in Roman art.
Presenze femminili: Una visione internazionale, exh. cat. with texts also by Ruth Weisberg
(travelled to Claremont College of Art, Claremont, CA, summer 1999; Jewett Arts Center Gallery, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, November 1999; Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound, WA, January 2000).
The exhibition represents an ongoing interest in identifying a feminist vocabulary in current art.
Two subsequent shows looked into the topic among young emerging Roman artists:
young and emerging women artists in Rome, curated by Tiziana Musi, exh. cat with texts by the artists,
September 25-October 19, 2012.
2nd edition of young and emerging women artists in Rome, curated by Tiziana Musi, exh. cat. with texts by Tiziana Musi and the artists,
La S.V. e’ invitata…, Francesco Impellizzeri, Mark Kostabi
exh. cat., October 2000.
Furnishings provided by Trento Arredamenti, Frosinone (IT). My ongoing interest in private collections of contemporary art is played out in this show, which transforms the Gallery of Art into an elegant domestic space, with designer furniture and the works of Francesco Impellizzeri and Mark Kostabi.
WOP: cultura e segno underground nel contesto dell’arte underground a Roma
curated by Barbara Martusciello, February 2005.
Urban and Street Art have been frequently a focus of exhibitions in the Gallery of Art; this show presents a group of very young artists who are inspired by the surrounding urban reality and whose works reflect their interest in appropriation, graffiti and junk art.
Urban/Suburban: Contemporary Photography from the Foreign Academies in Rome
for FotoGrafia International Festival of Photography (fellows from the Egyptian Academy, Spanish Academy, the British School at Rome, Swiss Institute, The American Academy in Rome, German Academy Rome Villa Massimo), exh. cat., June 2006.
Often Temple Gallery has installed collaborative shows with the foreign academies in Rome: this exhibition presents the work of photographers resident at a selection of Rome academies.Maestro-discepolo: dalla Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma a Torpignattara, Celestino Ferraresi, Andrea D’Aguanno, Moreno Pette, Alessio Vaccari, curated by Patrizia Quaranta, October 25-November 14, 2011. This exhibition presents the works of Celestino Ferraresi, professor of painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, and his students, in an example of an ongoing collaborative relationship between that institution and Temple University Rome.
artists in residence at the 2nd floor of the Istituto Tozzi: Silvia Codignola, Teresa Merolla, Luis Serrano, Enrico Becerra, Flavia Dodi, Sabrina Ortolani, Michel Pellaton, Marcello Toma, Stefano Bolcato, February 7-24, 2012.
This is the first of several exhibitions representing my current research into Roman co-working spaces, with the aim of identifying the artistic relationship that develops between artists who share a work space.