Nina Fiocco, Ai nemici in fronte il sasso, 2017
Marble dust of tecali, dust of monuments, 40×30 cm


Nina Fiocco (Feltre – Italy, 1985) is an artist and researcher. She lives and works in Messico e in Italia. She has taken part in residency programmes in I taly, Serbia, France, Colombia, and Hungary: Piano/Alto – Chapelle Saint Jacques, Maison Daura, BBB (Francia), in 2012 Chipilo A/R research project supported by Movin’up in collaboration with Magnolia De la Garza (curator Museo Tamayo, Mexico City) and in 2011 1’Atelier, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa (Venice). Since 2013 she is founder and memeber of the artistic production collective Método Salgari. Recently she participated in these exhibitions: “Latin American Cartographies” , curated by Antonio José Guzmán, Bozar, Bruxelles (Belgium); “The Wall. Art face to face with borders” , curated by Stanislaw Ruksza, Trafo, Stettino (Poland); “Bjcem” , curate dby Jonida Turani, Tirana (Albania) in collaboration with Atrii; “Fibras” , curated by Luis Javier Rodríguez, CCCB, Córdoba (Mexico); “Urban Lab” , curated by Laic, Centro Cultural de la Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín (Colombia); “Pase Usted” , curated by Gustavo Ramírez, Capilla del Arte, Puebla (Messico); “Biennale UNAM” , Museo Muca, Città del Messico; “Método Salgari: Modulor” , curated by Città Ideale, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano (I talia); “Piano Alto” , curated by Martine Michard and Stefania Meazza, Maison des Arts Georges Pompidou of Cajarc (France). Her work has been presented or exhibited in various cultural venues, including in I taly, Careof, Macao, Studi Festival (Milan); Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Fondazione Buziol, Galleria A+A (Venice); Indipendents-ArtVerona, Interzona (Verona); CRAC (Cremona); Euganea Film Festival (Padua); Santarcangelo 40 (Santarcangelo). In Mexico: NoAutomatico, Ciudad Expandida, Casa Nueve, Alliance Frances (Puebla). France: Maison Daura, BBB, Chapelle Saint Jacques; Unghery: Jaszdosza Art Camp. China: East China University (Shanghai). Hong Kong: AAA. Serbia: Beograd Cultural Centre (Belgrade).


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