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Luca Beatrice

“Arti in Piemonte: Mainstream VS Alternative/ Musei VS Crossover”
Monday 8th, Friday 12th and Friday 19th April 2013 from 2.30pm to 5pm at the Fondazione Spinola Banna per l’Arte, at the Banna Estate (Poirino – province of Turin)

All the FSB students resident in the territory and the students of the Albertina Fine Arts Academy who follow Luca Beatrice’s course are invited.

LUCA BEATRICE
A contemporary art critic and curator, he has produced monographs and catalogues of solo exhibitions of major Italian and international artists, especially those of the most recent generations. Over the last 25 years he has curated a great number of exhibitions and group shows. He has collaborated with a range of public institutions and private foundations, including the Piedmont Regional Council, the MACI (province of Isernia), GAM (Bologna), Museion (Bolzano), Galleria Civica (Trento), MART (Rovereto), Vigevano Town Council, the Milan Triennial, the Palazzo Bricherasio Foundation (Turin). He served as curator at the Prague Biennial (2003-2005), and commissioner for the Preview Section of the 14th Quadrennial (2004). He was head of the national commission of the Seat Pagine Bianche artists’ competition (2004-2006). He also curated the cultural programming for the Culture Councillorship of Perugia Town Council (2005-2011). Curator of the Italy Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2009. He has published volumes and essays on young Italian art, and is also author of the book Da che arte stai? Una storia revisionista dell’arte italiana (Rizzoli 2010) as well as a volume focusing on the relationship between music and art Visione di suoni. Le arti visive incontrano il Pop (Arcana 2010). In March 2012, his new book was released: Pop. L’invenzione dell’artista come star (Rizzoli). He contributes to the newspaper Il Giornale, and he also writes for the weekly Torino Sette (part of La Stampa), as well as magazines such as Arte, Rumore, Riders and MAX. He was also curator of the 11th, 12th and 13th editions of the Cairo Prize (2010, 2011 and 2012).

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