Opening: 13 June, 5 pm
DIVERSIONI, curated by Davide Silvioli is a group show with artworks by Fabio Mariani, Priscilla Pallante, Rosario Vicidomini and Medina Zabo. These are new artworks prepared specifically for this project, in which the four artists, different to each other in terms of training, technique and experience, demonstrate further stylistic possibilities in their way of working, proposing realizations that widen the spectrum of research of everyone.
The project subtends an invitation to conceive today’s artistic research in systemic terms, therefore as something that expands horizontally towards a multiplicity of orientations without hierarchies, instead in linear terms, therefore following unilateral relations of cause and effect less and less appropriate to solve the complex articulation of artistic contemporaneity.
Fabio Mariani (1980) attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome where he graduated in Scenography. In the last few years he has begun to rediscover and experiment, in painting, the ancient Iron Gall ink. He has created sets for theatrical performances. Winner of several awards, he has exhibited in museums and galleries in Italy and abroad. His works are in public and private collections. He lives and works in Rome and Abruzzo.
Priscilla Pallante (1992) made her debut in 2018 with her first solo show at the Curva Pura gallery in Rome. At the basis of the artist’s experimentation there is an obsessive attitude in the search for representation. The photographic medium relates to new digital technologies, sound and 3D printing.
Rosario Vicidomini (1986) is a visual artist. He studied art in Salerno, Bologna and Urbino. From 2014 to 2017 he lived and worked in Hamburg and Berlin. He exhibited his works in museums, galleries and art fairs in Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary and Japan. He currently lives in Rome.
Medina Zabo graduated in Communication studies at the University of Perugia, thereafter a specialization in New Media at IED Rome, studied at Fine Arts Academy Pietro Vannucci, currently attending the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Winner of the international O.R.A. Prize 2018, finalist at XIII Arte Laguna Prize in the Land Art section, main exhibition in museums and places of historical and cultural interest.