Mapping a Friendship: Joyce Kozloff and Simonetta Moro: Temple University Rome presented Mapping a Friendship on Tuesday May 18 at 7:00pm CET/1:00pm EST. Mapping and friendship are the key words that define the relationship of these artists, who met at the American Academy in Rome in 1999, during their respective residencies. Born on different continents and separated by a generation, they found a common ground as artists and as friends, and this relationship has persisted throughout the years.
Politically active since the 1970s with the feminist art movement, by the 1990s Joyce Kozloff addressed geopolitical issues, in public commissions and private works through books, paintings, and sculptures. The works are complex iterations of fabricated maps; the places are hybrids, woven together from memories and imagination as the artist explores a world view of nostalgia and her concerns for the barbarity of aggression and expansion. This exhibition presents a selection of new works by the artist.
Painting, drawing and printmaking are at the root of Simonetta Moro’s practice; mapping is her conceptual search. Her works layer past and present, detail and overview, real and imaginary, memory and observation, in an exploration of the politics and poetics of places, to evoke the idea of a journey.
We thank the American Academy in Rome for their support.
Mission (Im)possible: Disegno Interno with Stephen Talasnik, TYL '79: Temple University Rome announced the launch of Mission(Im)Possible, a virtual exhibition series devoted to established artists who received their BFA/MFA from the Tyler School of Art and Architecture of Temple University, and who attended Temple University Rome or who have a relationship with Rome. We inaugurated with NY-based artist Stephen Talasnik, and his exhibition Disegno Interno, on March 23, 2021, at 2:00pm ET/7:00pm CET. The artist was present on zoom and discussed his work in conversation with curator Shara Wasserman.
Stephen Talasnik (TYL ‘79) participated in the Graduate Painting Program at Temple University Rome in 1977/78, and his connection with Temple University continued through the 1980s, when he taught at Tyler School of Art, and at Temple University Japan. During his MA studies at the Temple University Rome campus, he continued this study of drawing, this time through architecture, as he explored and sketched the monuments. Stephen later spent 3 years teaching at Temple University Japan in Tokyo, a time he refers to as his exclusive drawing period. He travelled extensively throughout South East Asia, studied indigenous buildings and their natural building materials. This eventually translated into large-scale ephemeral projects where architecture, engineering, sculpture and drawing fuse together to create marvelous hand-woven constructions that recall invented cities and otherworldly designs, set in evocative landscapes. A dialogue with Japan and Rome continues to inform his work.
For the Mission Impossible exhibition, Talasnik presented three installations, two independent series of sculptures, and a selection of drawings created during lockdown.
The exhibition was introduced by a video interview between Stephen Talasnik and Prof. Jeffrey Kingston, Director of Asian Studies at TUJ and a friend of the artist since 1987.
Crafting a Narrative with Renato Ferraro: The Gallery of Art of Temple University Rome presented Crafting a Narrative: The Teatrini of Renato Ferraro, an exhibition of handmade theatre boxes by the masterful craftsman Renato Ferraro. A film documentary Ezio Frigerio 50 anni di teatro con Giorgio Strehler, produced by Renato Ferraro for the exhibition of the same title, and commissioned for the Triennale di Milano in 2016 was screened.
Renato Ferraro studied stage design at the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti, and architecture at the University of Torino, which he interrupted after earning a placement at the prestigious Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome, conferring his degree in 1971 in film direction studying under Roberto Rossellini. His professional life saw him work as a film director with the RAI Italian Television Station for over 40 years, and during his spare time his love for marionette theaters was expressed in the creation of his teatrini, elaborate, detailed and poetic renderings of stages, with scenes, props and characters. Following his retirement, Ferraro continued full time to create these delightful hand crafted masterpieces, along with ceramic objects illustrating a similar passion for historical, mythological, theatrical subjects, “for his playful enjoyment.”
This exhibition featured 12 teatrini, to include scenes from the Italian Commedia dell’Arte, period views of Italian cities, a capriccio inspired by the Italian 16th century architect Andrea Palladio, and an homage to Gustav Wunderwald, the early twentieth century German painter and theatre set designer, among others. Installed at eye level, the theatre boxes invite the spectator to explore Renato Ferraro’s world of fantasy and narrative.
Imagery as Activism: Blacks in Italy and the Art of Taking Space: ountless distant and recent injustices and atrocities against the Black psyche and form that have been documented, filmed and disseminated to the world have given rise to the largest civil rights movement in history. As multicultural groups continue to gather globally and take to the streets in support of “Black Lives Matter”, Italy, too, must reconcile with its complicated history with race. Art holds a powerful and unique role in highlighting and changing antiquated and erroneous images and narratives that are often attributed and assigned to Black people in Italian art, literature, and society. What role does the art children see in books have in the awakening, evolution, and progress of racial dynamics and justice in today’s Italian society?
Curated by Tamara Pizzolini with accompanying oil paintings by Elena Tommasi Ferroni, this exhibitions proves that what we’ve all heard could quite possibly be true: a picture is worth more than a thousand words. It is high time for the stories that are told, both verbally and visually, to reflect all of the beauty, brilliance and bounty that the Black experience and form truly is.
Tres Patrias: Born in Cuba, raised in the United States, and resident in Italy, the show traces the artist Anita Guerra’s personal voyage across three homelands, through paintings, photographs, drawings, aerograms, prints and video. From an idyllic childhood in Havana, Cuba, to the Castro Revolution and her ensuing escape to the United States, where she was placed in an orphanage until she was reunited with her parents in Philadelphia, to her studies of art at Temple University’s prestigious Tyler School of Art, and finally to Rome, Guerra shares her memories with courage and tenderness. She weaves her story with that of her father, the modernist architect Juan Ignacio Guerra, moving from memories to research, returning to the sites of her childhood over the course of several years.
Torn, Layered, and in Decay: The Gallery of Art of Temple University Rome is presented the exhibition William Graebner, Torn, Layered, and in Decay, which opened on the virtual platform Kunstmatrix, on Tuesday September 29 at 7:00pm CEST. The artist was present at the inauguration, and led the audience through the show with a conversation about his work.
Rome Art Week: Temple Rome Faculty Exhibition: As part of Rome Art Week, the Gallery of Art presented its annual Faculty Exhibition featuring artists Cinzia Abbate, Marina Buening, Roberto Caracciolo, Lucy Clink, Anita Guerra, Devin Kovach, Andrew Kranis, Katherine Krizek, Roberto Mannino, Liana Miuccio, William Pettit, and Carolina Vaccaro.
The Lives of Everyone: Photographs from the Standard Oil (New Jersey) Collection: A Virtual Photographic Exhibition Tour and Conversation in partnership with the NYU Alumni Club of Italy.
A Word That Troubles: The Gallery of Art, Temple University Rome, presented the exhibition A Word that Troubles, curated by Gaia Bobò. The show features the works of Alessia Armeni, Edoardo Aruta, Emanuele Becheri, Francesco Carone, Alessandra Draghi, Filipe Lippe, Agnieszka Mastalerz and Benyamin Zolfaghari, and poses a dialogue between Italian and international artists from different generations. The exhibition proposes to investigate the interaction between the verbal and the visual in the context of contemporary artistic production, focusing on the capacity of the word to complicate the image: to enter into the image, thus expanding its limitations, possibilities and contradictions, and demonstrating its ability to open new ways of seeing.
2008/2020: The Gallery of Art, Temple University Rome, presented 2008/2020: Gretchen Bacheller, Benny Fountain, Ai Krasner, Fabian Lopez, Ryan Parker, an exhibition of five Alumni in the Visual Arts from Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA), who spent their 2007-2008 academic year at the Rome Campus. The artists were present and led the audience through the exhibition, comment on their work and on their life-changing experience. This exhibition is part of our ongoing series featuring TUR Alumni who spent a year in Rome, studying with the local faculty and learning about Italian artistic culture, and then returning to Philadelphia to complete their education. The years since receiving their MFA has seen them become distinguished artists and educators; exhibiting in the US and abroad; and bringing their memories of this early formative experience into their work. The five artists in this exhibition came to Rome in the Fall of 2007, and remained through the Spring of 2008. They forged a lasting friendship based on their shared experience and artistic exchange. At the end of their stay, they exhibited in a group exhibition Tutti eccetto Gus… . They are reunited here for the first time with a selection of works from the 2008 exhibition, along with a representative synthesis of their artistic production over the years.
Spring 2020 Student Exhibition: From Rome to Home: The Gallery of Art was pleased to present the Spring 2020 Student Exhibition featuring the works of our visual arts and architecture students at Temple University Rome. Although Spring 2020 was a very unusual semester, with students starting in Rome in January and completing their semester in the US due to Covid-19, we were very proud as a Faculty and as a University to share the creativity and positivity that they communicated with their works. Viewers were invited to take the time to explore each work, and to enjoy the variety of artistic styles and mediums.
The Night of Total Calm: Introducing Temple University Rome’s first ever virtual 3D exhibition, MFA candidate in Printmaking at Temple University’s Tyler school of Art, Gilberto López Elías completed a year at Temple Rome. This body of work is the culmination of his Roman experience.
Tiny Biennale VII edizione: Theme 2020: Tiny Biennale, a curation by Susan Moore, began exhibition on Tuesday, February 18 at the Gallery of Art at Temple University Rome. The Tiny Biennale is a collection of miniature works no bigger than 8 cm that is arranged throughout the gallery space. This year’s theme for the exhibition was “2020” and anyone was welcome to contribute to the show. Each piece of art was available for sale for a donation of 50 Euro to support the Temple Rome scholarship fund.
When Green Turns Red: This exhibition showcased a sound installation, icons on wood, and a continuous ink drawing by Roman artist Roberta Sanges. A self-declared “artisan,” Sanges spends a great deal of time in her studio, keeping her doors open to the public, eager to have the attention of the local community. This direct communication with the people allows her to carry on a type of cultural workshop, collaborating with children in the realization of street-art installations, informal workshops in mosaic, painting and furniture restyling.
The exhibition presented a wide selection of her work, from the endless drawing, created by pouring black ink, and then bleach, onto paper to pull out the spontaneous images, to the icons, where pure pigments, and fire, allow the natural images to emerge from the raw wood. January 28–February 12, 2020.
Fall 2019 Student Exhibition: The exhibition showcases the many wonderful works created by our talented visual arts and architecture students during their semester at Temple University Rome. December 12–19, 2019.
A Jug, a Glove and Things That Are Still: The Gallery of Art, Temple University Rome, presented A Jug, A Glove and Things That Are Still, an exhibition of the works of Cynthia Bassan, Rena Effend, and Patricia Glee Smith. The show pairs three women artists who focus their work on the careful investigation of the world around them, through the shared qualities of the mediums of painting and photography. Linked by their interest in the observation of the real, the quotidian, the monumental, the three artists elevate their subjects to a realm beyond our everyday, in search of an emotion or state of mind, realized by means of the basics of art making: subject, light, color, the artists’ eye. For Bassan, the camera allows her to transfer the image onto the canvas, to capture the minute details of the source material. Through pure oil paint, and her generous eye, the artist shows the magic and poetry in everyday reality. Although the camera does not have a place in the works of Patricia Smith, who paints directly from life, we might identify a connection to the manipulation of the photographic image in the clear lines, the dramatic light effects, the moment captured in time. Rena Effendi, a photographer, does the opposite. Following a period of study in painting, she took her first photograph in 2001. The painterly use of light gives the photographs the look of the Dutch masters. Her work is a collection of stories, of people and places, of small village life in her native Azerbijan, gathered during years of travels, taken with the camera but with the emotional connection that defies the interruption of the camera lens. Linked by their interest in the observation of the real, the quotidian, the unmonumental, the three artists take their subjects and elevate them to a realm beyond our everyday, in search of an emotion or state of mind. This is realized by means of the basics of art making: subject, light, color, and the artists’ eye.
Patricia Smith was born in Illinois (USA), and received a BFA from the University of Illinois. She came to Italy to study etching at the Scuola del Libro in Urbino. She was a contributing artist for the New Yorker Magazine; an expedition artist in Italy, Turkey, Yemen and Tibet; arts director of the National Museum of Oriental Arts in Rome; a fellow of the MacDowell Foundation for writers and artists and of the Ragdale Foundation, USA. She has exhibited extensively in Italy and internationally since 1977 and her works are featured in private and public collections.
Cynthia Bassan is a Rome-based painter. Classical studies and a degree in literature and foreign languages are the basis of her formal studies. A self-taught, she has devoted herself to painting from a very young age, learning her technique from the classical painters. The still life and in particular the portrait, often of her daughters, are her subjects. She has exhibited in Italy, and her works are in several private collections.
Rena Effendi was born in Baku, Azerbaijan. Concerned with small village life in her native country, through an observation of people’s intimate connection to their homes and to spaces that link them to their history and traditions. She has produced two books, Pipe Dreams: A Chronicle of Lives along the Pipeline in 2009 and Liquid Land in 2013; she is the recipient of several international photography awards; her work has been exhibited worldwide including at the 52nd Venice Biennale, the 2009 Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Saatchi Gallery in London, Breda Museum in the Netherlands and other venues. Effendi is a finalist in the prestigious 2019 Prix Pictet prize with her series Built on Grass and her work will be on display at the Victoria & Albert from November 13th.
Courtesy of ILEX Gallery for the loan of the photographs. Nov 5th-27th 2019.
Faculty Exhibition: The exhibition presents the recent works of the professors of visual arts and architecture at Temple University Rome. The various artistic disciplines — black and white and digital photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking and architecture, are respresented in the show, and reflect the principal areas of art teaching at Temple Rome. The classroom teaching labs are modern studio spaces, with state of the art equipment; in addition, the professors frequently bring students into the city — Rome becomes the classroom — in order to highlight the students’ understanding of the city. Oct. 15th 2019 to Oct. 30th, 2019.
All’interno del barattolo: Curated by Porter Ducrist – A project of Tiziana Musi and Shara Wasserman.
Following the 2018 exhibition Assurdita’ Contemporanea, the Gallery of Art of Temple University Rome presented a new project by Spazio In Situ, an artist run space in the neighborhood of Tor Bella Monaca, which has recently emerged as one of the most interesting art spaces in Rome. In this last year, this co-working studio has grown, with the addition of six new young artists, Sveva Angeletti, Alessandra Cecchini, Francesca Cornacchini, Federica di Pietrantonio, Daniele Sciacca andGuendalina Urbano. The exhibition “All’interno del Barattolo”, is the first time that these artists are exhibiting together in a public space. The exhibition underlines the mission of Spazio In Situ to remain in constant dialogue with the work space as a source of artistic experience, a type of generator able to put in dialogue artists of very different mediums and styles (photography, installations, painting), but linked by their reflection on their daily existence, between container and contained, media and message,reality and art, in a relationship that also involves the spectator. Sep. 24th – Oct. 9th, 2019.
Safe Travels/Interrupted Flows: Curated by Marta Bordignon, Camilla Lai e Lorenzo Rinelli in collaboration with Shara Wasserman.
Through 55 photographs, Safe Travels offers an intimate view into the life of the hundreds of immigrants who leave Africa for Italy, along a so called “African Way”: from the misery and threat of their home life, to their difficult and dangerous voyage, by land and sea, to their arrival in Italy, and finally, their often marginalised daily life, as they seek integration and hope. June 4th 2019 – June 24th 2019
Intrecci d’arte&d’amicizia: The exhibition presented the works of 4 artists, Uberti, Mattia, Fogli and Cafagna, who lived and worked in a co-working space on Via della Lungara 18; in turn, these artists were asked to invite one artist each, who had a particular importance to their work, with Cantisani, Eustachio, Frolet and Azeez. Although these 8 artists do not form a group, they are connected by a common use of traditional materials, such as drawing, painting and sculpture, and by their imagery based on imagination and symbolism. May 9th-24th, 2019
Student Exhibition: The exhibition showcases the many wonderful works created by our talented visual arts and architecture students during their semester at Temple University Rome. April 18-25, 2019.
MFA Student Exhibition: The show presented the works that the three first year graduate students produced during their year at Temple Rome. April 9-12, 2019
Faculty Exhibition: Our Visual Arts and Architecture faculty presented their recent works to include painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, video, photography. In addition we inaugurated our new Student Lounge and Photography Lab, designed by Architecture faculty member Cinzia Abbate and Carlo Vigevano, with their architecture studio A&V Studio Associato. This featured the works of Rome-based artists Georgina Spengler, Barbara Salvucci, Jonathan Hynd. March 26-April 4, 2019.
Tiny Biennale: Miniature works by Italian and international established and emerging artists: This 7th edition of the Tiny Biennale presents miniature works measuring no more than 8 x 8 cm, created by artists varied in their style and medium, and in response to a different theme each year. This year the theme is Light. Curated by Susan Moore, March 12-21, 2019.
Los Angeles is, Once Again: Dani Dodge, Ed Gomez, Sean Noyce, Pietro Golia, Max Presneill, Ty Pownall, Curtis Stage, Alison Woods, Gul Cagin, Roni Feldman and Joe Davidson, Curated by Camilla Boemio, October 30-November 22, 2018.
Assurdita’ Contemporanea: Christophe Constantin, Marco De Rosa, Chiara Fantaccione, Roberta Folliero, Andrea Frosolini, Francesco Palluzzi, Elisa Selli, InSitu co-working space, curated by Porter Ducrist, September 25-October 12, 2018.
Incontro di colori: Tony Esposito, Mark Kostabi, Nora Maccoby, an exhibition in support of hummustown, September 17-20, 2018.
Alter Ego, Artisti per passione, Antonio Barlett, Ariel Genovese, Cynthia Bassan, Greesi Desiree Langovits, Andrea Puccetti, Paolo Mangano, Valerio Rivosecchi, Anna Padovani, Annele Giovanetti, Ottavia Ciacerti, June 2-21, 2018.
Impronte Romane: Nuove Direzioni nella Stampa: curated by Sarah Linford and Devin Kovach, organized on the occasion of the Think Print symposium, Temple University Rome, May 3-25, 2018.
Barriera: Anthony Coplan Katherine Lam, Maren Less, Jae Eun Park, MFA Exhibition, curated by Eleonora Ambrosini, Valentina Matticari, Alessandra Monaco, April 10-13, 2018.
Faculty Invite: The visual arts and architecture faculty at Temple Rome invite their artist colleagues, March 20-April 5, 2018.
Tiny Biennale: Miniature works by Italian and international established and emerging artists: Night (6th ed.), curated by Susan Moore, March 21-April 3, 2018
Strutture Aperte: Artists Books: curated by Devin Kovach and Shara Wasserman, February 20-March 1, 2018.
Now and Forward, Emerging Artists in Rome: an expanding field, with are Dario Agati, Giulia Cabassi, Claudia Capone, Milica Cirovic, Mattia Cleri Polidori, Maria di Stefano, Meletios Meletiou, Lorenzo Modica, Cristina Piciacchia, Alice Ruzzettu, Simone Valente and Ellen Wolf, curated by Tiziana Musi and Shara Wasserman, January 30-February 15, 2018.
M.U.T.A. co-working space: This show continues our interest in documenting and exhibiting the many co-working spaces in Rome. November 7-30, 2017.
Savage Architecture: Gian Piero Frassinelli, Supersudio and 2A+P/A, traveling show produced by the London Architectural Association (Kent State, Florence; Politecnico di Milano), October 24-November 3, 2017.
Il meglio del meglio: una selezione di opere dalle principali mostre dalla stagione espositiva 2016/17, September 18-October 5, 2017. This exhibition presents a group of works selected from the best gallery shows of the 2016-17 season.
50 x 50 x 50: an exhibition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Temple University Rome. Includes a selection of 50 artists who have had a continuous and important relationship with the Gallery and the University Program since its foundation in 1966, May 15 – June 3, 2017.
Tiny Biennale: Miniature works by Italian and international established and emerging artists: Yellow (5th ed.), curated by Susan Moore, March 21-April 3, 2017.
Poesia o economia? L’Arte nel tempo della guerra: Giancarlo Savino, Nicola Spezzano, Francesco Filincieri, part of the ongoing series of exhibitions devoted to co-working spaces in Rome, curated by Shara Wasserman and Tiziana Musi, February 28-March 14, 2017.
I Martedì Critici in mostra: Year Zero – 2016. Painting, video, sculpture, photography, performance, installation. The multidisciplinary aspect of contemporary art, part 2, curated by Alberto Dambruoso, February 7-23, 2017. The last edition of a series of exhibitions celebrating the I Martedì Critici artist lecture series, developed by Alberto Dambruoso. The exhibitions have surveyed Italian artists from the 1960s to the present.
I Martedì Critici in mostra: Year Zero – 2016: Painting, video, sculpture, photography, performance, installation. The multidisciplinary aspect of contemporary art, part 1, curated by Alberto Dambruoso, November 8-December 1, 2016.
Grand Hotel: curated by Serena Fineschi and Marco Magni, Fuori Quadriennale: collateral exhibition to the 16° Quadriennale di Roma, October 11-November 3, 2016. An exhibition that focuses on the moment of artistic inspiration, through a selection of artists’ objects, photographs, notes and sketches.
Dall’Angelica alla Temple: runners up in the competition Oltre I libri: l’arte del presente incontra i libri del passato at the Biblioteca Angelica will be presented at Temple University Rome, September 13-30, 2016. I cieli di Roma: Photographs of Srdja Mirkovic, Upstairs Gallery, June 27-July 1, 2016.
Gretchen Batcheller: New Works, June 27-July 1, 2016.
India: Rupa Chordia-Samdaria and Simone Pellegrini, May 25-June 10, 2016.
Duplice Generazione: Performance Event with Francesco Impellizzeri and Bianca Menna, alias Tomaso Binga, April 5, 2016.
Tiny Biennale: Miniature works by Italian and international established and emerging artists: Mythology (4th ed.), curated by Susan Moore, March 8-18, 2016.
I Martedì Critici in Mostra: Year Zero: Narratives, Alterations, Contaminations. Beyond Reality, curated by Alberto Dambruoso and Helga Marsala, February 16-March 4, 2016.
I Martedì Critici in Mostra: 1980s and 1990s: Objects, Processes, Relationships. The Enchantment with Daily Life, curated by Alberto Dambruoso and Helga Marsala, January 26-February 12, 2016.
Jason Scuilla: Bianco e nero, Upstairs Gallery, May 2016.
I Martedì Critici in Mostra: 1970s and 1980s. Space, Form and Materials. A Return to the Body of Art, curated by Alberto Dambruoso, Guglielmo Gigliotti and Helga Marsala, November 10-December 5, 2015.
I Martedì Critici in Mostra: 1960s and 1970s. Beyond Art and In Real Life, curated by Alberto Dambruoso, Guglielmo Gigliotti and Helga Marsala, October 7-November 5, 2015.
Studio 54 co-working space: September 22-October 2, 2015.
Mark Kostabi, Tony Esposito and Paul Kostabi present an evening of art and music: Wednesday September 16, 2015.
Dall’Angelica alla Temple: runners up in the competition Oltre I libri: l’arte del presente incontra i libri del passato at the Biblioteca Angelica will be presented at Temple University Rome, September 1-15, 2015.
Colore Inciso: Giovani artisti dell’Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma: curated by Tiziana Musi and Anna Romanello, June 23-26, 2015.
Slow Wave: Recent Works by Fabian Lopez, June 16-21, 2015.
Vernal Pools: Zdenko Krtic, June 3-15, 2015.
Tiny Biennale: miniature works by international artists in Rome: Portraiture (3rd edition), curated by Susan Moore, March 24-April 3, 2015.
Arte e Design Docenti Talenti: faculty from Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) Rome and Temple University Rome, March 18-26, 2015.
Tough-Skinned Angels: Outsider Art from the Collection of David Lane, American Ambassador to the UN Missions in Rome, March 9-14, 2015.
Stanze: Alice Pasquini, Gio Pistone, Pax Palosica, Urban artists intervene on the Temple Gallery space, curated by Jessica Stewart, February 17-March 4, 2015.
Confusione: Artisti iraniani nei labirinti romani: Sara Alavi, Leila Mirzakhani, Neda Shafee Moghaddam, Solmaz Vikachi, Navid Azimi, Arash Irandoust, Maziar Mokhtari, Ardalan Nabavi Nejad, with a special screening of Iranian Video Art from Parking Gallery Archive, Iran, curated by Helia Hamedani, January 27-February 13, 2015.
Moda Ispirata dall’Arte, Arte Ispirata dalla Moda: collaborative exhibition with Koefia Accademia di Alta Moda fashion students and Temple University Rome sketch book students, November 18-28, 2014.
RAW….GOODS mulinomarrana co-working space, October 14-November 11, 2014.
Gabriel Feld: Scherzi sulla Centuria, Upstairs Gallery at TUR, September 23-October 9, 2014.
Off1c1na, al Quadraro: (artist collective) Annabella Cuomo, Anahi Mariotti, Germano Serafini, Paolo Assenza, Paolo Dore, Daniele Villa, September 23-October 9, 2014.
Benny Fountain: The Piero Project – In person Meditations in Color and Composition, curated by the artist and with an intervention by Frank Dabell, June 25-July 3, 2014.
Tiny Biennale: miniature works by international artists in Rome, (2nd ed.), curated by Susan Moore, March 25-April 3, 2014.
Tra di Noi: art and architecture faculty at Temple University Rome and at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, March 11-21, 2014.
La grande illusione/The Great Illusion: 128 love books x 128 disillusioned artists, curated by Manuela De Leonardis, February 18-March 6, 2014.
Assonanze: Un incontro di due artisti, un pittore e una fotografa, sul tema della natura (An encounter between a painter and a photographer on the theme of nature), Maurizio Pierfranceschi and Karmen Corak, January 28-February 15, 2014.
Equilibri Instabili: sette artiste verso una nuova didattica: Adele Lotito, Stefania Fabrizi, Licia Galizia, Claudia Peill, Emanuela Fiorelli, Anna Romanello, Barbara Salvucci, November 6-29, 2013.
Fiber Art Again: When fiber and intertwining turn into art/Quando la fibra e l’intreccio divengono arte, curated by Lydia Predominato, with Elisabetta Diamanti, Federica Luzzi, Noushin Moghtader, Lydia Predominato, Franca Sonnino, October 8-25, 2013.
Romance 2: (2nd ed.), young and emerging women artists in Rome, curated by Tiziana Musi, exh. cat. with texts by Tiziana Musi and the artists, September 17-October 3, 2013.
The First Tiny Biennale: faculty and students from Temple University Rome and Rhode Island School of Design European Honors Program, curated by Susan Moore, March 12-20, 2013.
Trasparenze: John David O’Brien, Gregorio Botta, Linda Hudson, Barbara Salvucci, curated by the artists, February 12-March 1, 2013.
UNISONO: Leonardo Petrucci, Josè Angiolillo, Alessandro Vizzini, January 23-February 8, 2013.
In ognuno di noi: Pietro Fortuna, Vincenzo Franza, Diego Miguel Mirabella and Mauro Vitturini, November 7-22, 2012.
De Pictura: graduate students at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma in the painting class of Prof. Giuseppe Modica, exh. cat. with texts by Giuseppe Modica, Francesco Gallo, October 22-November 5, 2012.
Romance 1: young and emerging women artists in Rome, curated by Tiziana Musi, exh. cat with texts by the artists, September 25-October 19, 2012.
Gianicolense 420: artist co-working space: Silvia Codignola, Teresa Merolla, Luis Serrano, Enrico Becerra, Flavia Dodi, Sabrina Ortolani, Michel Pellaton, Marcello Toma, Stefano Bolcato, February 7-24, 2012.
8 Meters of Rome: workshop and exhibition curated by Marco Raparelli, with advanced drawing students, November 15-25, 2011.
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.
Il mondo é delle donne: artiste a Roma tra anni ’70 e oggi, Carla Accardi, Marilù Eustacchio, Cloti Ricciardi, Suzanne Santoro, Rosanna Cattaneo, Giosetta Fioroni, Elisa Montessori, Ida Gerosa, curated by Laura Iamurri and Greg Smith, September 22-October 14, 2011.
Via Arimondi: artists in residence at the industrial spaces of the Peugeot factory: Gianni Dessi, Mauro Di Silvestre, Claudio Abate, Alessandra Amici, Veronica Botticelli, Marco Colazzo, Angelo Cricchi, Sebu Migone, Caterina Silva, Francesca Romana Pinzari, February 15-March 4, 2011.
Genius Loci: John Cascone, Francesco Ozzola, Gian Maria Tosatti, curated by Francesca Ganzenua and Gianluca Brogna, January 25-February 4, 2011.
Rome Sketchbook: appunti, schizzi, taccuini , curated by Patrizia Quaranta, November 9-25, 2010.
Brutti ma buoni: tra l’estetica e il sociale nelle fotografie di Glen Sacks e una installazione di Gaia Scaramella (photographs of Glen Sacks and an installation by Gaia Scaramella), October 5-27, 2010.
Quattro Passi: Maurizio Pierfranceschi, Claudio Givani, Alfredo Zelli, Vincenzo Scolamiero, exh. cat. with text also by Maria Letizia Bixio, February 16-March 5, 2010.
Rome as Studio: Visual Arts Faculty at American University Programs in Rome, January 26-February 11, 2010.
Christian Bonnefoi: Membra disjecta, curated by Pia Candinas, exh. cat. with text by Pia Candinas, November 3-26, 2009.
Da vicino…da lontano: a retrospective of five-years of window art of Mondello Ottica, October 7-29, 2009.
The Silent Space Between and Around Words: Two painters and four writers — Georgina Spengler and Edith Urban; Bruce Comens Rosa Pierno Beatrice Talamo Luigi Trucillo, exh. cat., September 22-October 2, 2009.
CHE STAI FACENDO?: students in painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, curated by Costantino Baldino, February 23-March 5, 2009.
Parlami d’amore Mariù: Felice Levini, in collaboration with Galleria De Crescevo & Viesti contemporary art, Rome, February 3-17, 2009.
Alessandro Poli: lezioni americane dall’utopia radicale ad oggi, curated by Katherine Krizek, November 4- 28, 2008.
Cafè VIII: The Journey of Cuban Artists, curated by Leandro Soto, with Anita Guerra, October 2008.
England 1, Germany 1: recent paintings by Elke Zauner, fellow at the German Academy Rome Villa Massimo and John Walter, fellow at the British School in Rome, June 2008.
Esplorazioni nell’arte contemporanea a Roma: curated with Lexi Eberspacher, February 2008.
SPainters: Recent Paintings by Alexandru Nicolescu and Dina Dancu, curated with Mirela Pribac, January 2008.
Mississippi 1964 “Freedom Summer:" Joel Katz Photographs, November 2007.
Media Alert: the documentary photography of Olivier Menanetau, October 2-29, 2007.
Emilio Leofreddi: Voyage Diary, a display of tapestries woven in Tibet from Leofreddi’s travel drawings in India, September 19-30, 2007.
Tiber Hawks: for FotoGrafia International Festival of Photography (fellows from the British School at Rome, Spanish Academy, Swiss Institute, The American Academy in Rome, German Academy Rome Villa Massimo), exh. cat., June 2007.
Body and mind: exclusively drawings, Antony Gormley and Oliviero Rainaldi, curated by James Putnam, February 2007.
Il Bestiario:drawings by Giuseppe Salvatori, October 2006.
Inspired by Dante: drawings by Jennifer Strange, September 2006.
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.
Marco Delogu: Italianità, 24 large format portrait photographs, curated by Pia Candinas, February 2006.
Aqua, History of the Roman Fountain: a photography and architecture exhibition with the works of Paula Cagli and Maria Cristina Tullio, January 2006.
LINK: Gabriele Basch e Alfredo Pirri, November 2005.
Il silenzio nell’arte: opere di Adami, Mottola, Romualdi, Turco, exh. cat., in collaboration with Pino Casagrande Contemporanea gallery, October 2005.
Giuseppe Gallo: Memorio Iconoclasta, curated by Pia Candinas with Christopher Davison, Austin Heitzman, Alex Nutini, Anna Ortiz, Rebecca Sack, 2004-2005 MFA students at Temple University Rome, February 2005.
WOP: cultura e segno underground nel contesto dell’arte underground a Roma, curated by Barbara Martusciello, February 2005.
Sandro Chia: curated by Pia Candinas, January 2005.
Artists Collect: Contemporary Art in the Collections of Roman Artists, November 2004.
La Quotidiana Scoperta: curated with Arnaldo Romani Brizzi and Massimo Caggiano, exh. cat. with text by Marcello Pezza, in collaboration with Il Polittico gallery, September 2004.
Monsters & Other Creatures: Works of Peter Rockwell, exh. cat., February 2004.
Prints: curated by Mario Teleri Biason, January 2004.
Senza Obiettivo: Exhibition of Pinhole Photography, curated by Lucy Clink, in collaboration with the Video Festival Internazionale Visionaria, November 2003.
Lorenzo Cardi and Silvia Codignola: Paintings, October 2003.
Planespotting: Manifesti Aeronautici italiani 1910-1943 dal Massimo & Sonia Cirulli Archive, New York, September 2003.
Jonathan Hynd Paintings: Arthur Simms (AAR ’03) Sculptures, February 2003.
Fiabe De la Fontaine: curated by Christopher Carsten and Constantin Christofides, November 2002
Judy Moonelis and Jeff Mongrain: Summer 2002.
Art Files: Frontiere dell’Arte Digitale: curated by Sabrina Vedovotto and Ludovico Pratesi, exh. cat. with texts by Sabrina Vedovotto and Ludovico Pratesi, February 2002.
Gea Casolaro: Remembering Watteau: November 2001.
Fabrizio Passarella: Worlds in a Small Room: curated by Armando Porcari, exh. cat. with text by Peter Weiermair, October 2001.
Saints and Sinners: Observations on the Sacred and the Profane, prints by 25 contemporary international artists, curated by Georgia Deal, with the Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington, D.C., September 2001
Contemplations on the Spiritual: Therese Chabot, Alan Greenberg, Nick Krippal, Jeff Mongrain, Jo Yarrington, with Sala 1 gallery, Rome, June 2001.
Delle Cose Mute: Tiziano Campi, Sauro Cardinali, Aldo Grazzi, Maurizio Pierfranceschi, curated by Carlo Alberto Bucci, February 2001.
La S.V. e’ invitata: Francesco Impellizzeri, Mark Kostabi, exh. cat., October 2000. Furnishings provided by Trento Arredamenti, Frosinone (IT).
Oeuvres d’etre…works of being…opere d’essere: curated by Jacopo Benci, exh. cat. with text by Hélène Cixous, October 2000.
Colori contro il tempo: opere realizzate dai detenuti della Casa di Reclusione di Rebibbia, curated by Maria Ponce de Leon and Daniela de Robert, exh. cat., September 2000.
Camera della Donna: coordinators for the United States Carol Jacobsen and Joanne Leonard, exh. cat., February 2000 (travelled to Elaine Jacobs Gallery, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, summer 2000).
Massimo Livadiotti, Venditori di Sogni: exh. cat. with texts also by Edward Lucie-Smith, January 2000.
YOO (YearZEROZERO): Peter d’Agostino, November 1999.
Paola Gandolfi: Frammenti di Orestiade, per il Teatro S. Agostino di Rimini, curated by Pia Candinas, exh. cat. with texts by Pia Candinas and Ludovico Pratesi, October 1999.
Luigi Billi: Hombres, exh. cat. with texts by Paolo Balmas and others, New York University, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò and Temple University Rome; Alberto Vannetti: Ore, exh. cat. with texts by Renato Mambor, September 1999.
Il meridiano: Accardi, Capaccio, Castellani, Grillo, Lombardo, Sanna, Sordini, curated by Antonio Capaccio, February 1999.
Michele Cascarano: la città onirica, October 1998.
Dal Volto al Ritratto: exh. cat. with texts also by Ludovico Pratesi, February 1998.
Insistenze: Incontro tra incisori italiani e americani, curated with Federica di Castro and Daniel Dallmann , exh. cat. with text by Federica di Castro, October 1997.
Dal Reale al Virtuale: paesaggi e visioni, exh. cat. with texts also by Ludovico Pratesi, October 1997.
Luce Delhove: Segni della Memoria, opere grafiche 1986-1997, June 1997.
Travel Diary: exh.cat. with text by Viviana Gravano, in collaboration with Fondazione Italiana per la Fotografia, Rome, February 1997.
Textile Sculpture in Rome: exh. cat., October-November 1996.
All’Ombra del Vesuvio: L’arte contemporanea a Napoli negli anni Novanta, exh. cat. with text by Ludovico Pratesi, October 1996.
Displacements: Botta, Corteggiani, Predominato, Giegerich, O’Brien, Wedemeyer, June 1996.
Marina Haas, Georg Hallensleben: February 1996.
Licia Galizia: configurazione di un mutamento, exh.cat. with text by Cecilia Casorati, in collaboration with Associazione Mara Coccia, Rome, November 1995.
Camera Invisibile: a survey of contemporary photography in Rome, exh. cat. with text by Viviana Gravano, October 1995.
Oscar Turco: Riflessione sullo spirito, exh. cat., March 1995.
Una Giornata Particolare: Tra Cielo e Terra, January-February 1995.
Maggie Cardelus: Self Portrait and Colored Threads, Installation No. 9, November 1994.
Ruth Weisberg: Emulations/Aemulatio, Opere recenti su carta e tela, June-July 1994.
La Sonnambula: Lucilla Catania and Fiorella Rizzo, exh. cat., February 1994.
Ruth Weisberg: Emulations/Aemulatio, Opere recenti su carta e tela, June-July 1994.
Felix de la Concha: Paesaggio di Passaggio, November 1993.
Il Tredicesimo Apostolo: Omaggio a Majakovskij, exh. cat. with text by Enrica Torelli Landini, in collaboration with Galleria la Nuova Pesa, Rome, October 1993.
In Rag: installation and performance by Lucia Romualdi, February 1993.
Lutti: Ceccobelli, Levini, Rossano, Salvatori, Bre, Del Colle, Lodoli, Magrelli, Veronesi, September 1992.
Architettura Contemporanea alle Accademie a Roma: American Academy in Rome, British School of Rome, Reale Accademia di Spagna, Accademia Tedesca Roma Villa Massimo, February 1992.
Elizabeth Frolet: November 1991.
Fotografia Contemporanea 1970-1990: works from the collection of Pino Casagrande, October 1991.
Francesco Impellizzeri and Didier LeGrand: exh. cat. with texts also by Ludovico Pratesi and Amy Weiskopf, October 1990.