C> Luca Campigotto
> Leonardo Cannistrà
> Lorenzo Casali
> Sara Cavallini
> Margherita Cesaretti
> Serena Clessi
F> Irene Fenara
> Gianni Ferrero Merlino
> Franco Fontana
> Antonio Fortugno
> Vittore Fossati
> Eva Frapiccini
M> Francesco Mammarella
> Silvia Mangosio
> Giovanni Mantovani
> Simone Mizzotti
> Paolo Monti
> Pino Musi
Eva Frapiccini was born in Recanati in 1978. She lives and works in Milan and Turin. She took her degree from the University of Bologna’s DAMS; with a scholarship she then followed a three-year course in the Istituto Europeo di Design, Turin, where she graduated in photography in 2006. Her projects, all backed up by accurate documentation of her fieldwork, move with ease among the various codes of imagery and photographic language, and since 2009 they have been enriched by such means as video and spatial installations.
She has contributed to many Italian and international newspapers and magazines (including, among others, La Stampa, La Repubblica, L’Europeo, Le Monde, Vanity Fair Italia, Rolling Stone Italia) which have published her photographic coverage.
Her works have been widely exhibited, including the solo shows Container Sweet Container, Studio per le Arti della Stampa, Jesi, Muri di Piombo, Spazio Unicredit, Milan and Museo Diffuso della Resistenza, Turin, 2008.
Among her appearances in group shows, mention should be made of PhotoEspaña, Madrid, 2006; Mutation I, organized on the occasion of the European Month of Photography and later seen in various international institutions, including the Maison de la Photographie, Paris, the Martin Gro pius Bau, Berlin, the House of Photography, Mos cow, the Museo Bilotti, Rome and MUSA – Museum auf Abruf, Vienna, 2006–07; Pazi Mine, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin and Focus On Contemporary Italian Art, MAM bo, Bologna, 2008;
122 Eppur si muDa Guarene all’Etna, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Guarene d’Alba, in the editions held in 2006 and 2009. Eva Frapiccini‘s work is widely appreciated and she has been awarded
a number of prizes, amongst which the Canon Award, 2004; the Pesaresi /Contrasto
Award, Savignano sul Rubicone, 2005; the Passport for Art Award for an artist-in-residence
in London, 2006; and the Reporter dell’Anno Award, Musinf, Senigallia, 2008.
In 2008 she published her first book with thetitle Muri di Piombo (Milan: Skira-Art Talks).ove, Palazzo Ducale, Genoa, 2009;
Casali, De Pietri, Frapiccini, Jodice, Leotta, Musi, Nicosia11th April | 30th May 2010
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