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Vittoria Chierici is a renown, international painter and filmmaker, from Bologna, Italy. She temporary works in New York where she has her studio. During the 80’s, she participated in important young artist groups including the Enfatisti, in Bologna, and the Neo Conceptuals in Milano; the latter group's work culminated in the show Examples of New Italian Art at Riverside Studios, London in 1989. In the same year, Vittoria Chierici was nominated to represent Italy at the Tokyo international exhibition, 7 Artists. In the late ‘90s, Chierici began to work on a new mixed media project comprising digital elaboration and
In 2010, invited by Corrado Levi and the art space in Milano, Lucie Fontaine, Chierici participated to the project, No Soul for Sale, at the Tate Modern Gallery in London. In January 2011, Lucie Fontaine organized a solo show, Allegro, ma non troppo: a retrospective of paintings by Vittoria Chierici, since the nineties. In spring 2012, Vittoria Chierici had her solo show, Variazioni, Riproposizioni, Modifiche at a new contemporay art space near Bologna, Le Torri dell'Acqua. The show was presented with a text by the art writer, Federico Sardella. In September 2012, Chierici has been invited to participate to the group show Estate, organized by Lucie Fontaine at Marianne Boesky gallery in New York City.
Her new project Sailing away to Paint the Sea, has been exhibited in many venues and galleries, like the SUNY Maritime College in New York City, and at the renown cultural space, Frigoriferi Milanesi, Milano, March 2013.
Paintings and video installations by Vittoria Chierici have been shown in galleries and museums: Kunstmoderner Museum, Wien; Massimo Minini Gallery, Brescia; PAC, Contemporary Art Museum, Milano; Riverside Studios, London; Buades Gallery, Madrid; Museo Civico, Siena; Trevi Flash Art Museum; Italian Cultural Institute, New York; Esso Gallery, New York; Baryshnikov Art Center, New York; The TimesCenter, New York; The Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, le Torri dell'Acqua, Budrio, Bologna; Centro Studi Dante Bighi, Copparo, Ferrara, Italy, Marianne Boesky, New York, Stephen B. Luce Library, SUNY Maritime College, New York. Chierici’s works are in public collections: PAC, Contemporary Art Museum, Milano; GNAM, National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome; Museum of Modern Art, Arezzo; Palazzo del Marzocco, Anghiari, Italy; MARTe Museo della Guerra, Rovereto, Trento; Carisbo Bank Foundation
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