Federico Polloni

Shows:

2020 "UPGRADE", collective exhibition curated by Andrea Lacarpria, Dimora Artica Gallery, Milan, Italy

2020 “Got It For Cheap and Velvet Ropes”, NewYork edition, collective exhibition curated by Chris Rexroad and Charlie Roberts, The Hole Gallery, NY, USA

2019 “Got It For Cheap and Velvet Ropes”, Bergen edition, collective exhibition curated by Chris Rexroad and Charlie Roberts, Blokk space, Bergen, Norway

2019 “Caos Italia”, Vernice Contemporanea, International collective exhibition curated by Massimo Casagrande, Bunker di Villa Caldogno, Palladium complex, Caldogno, Vicenza, Italy

2019 “Got It For Cheap and Velvet Ropes”, Gothenburg edition, collective exhibition curated by Chris Rexroad and Charlie Roberts, Nevven Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden

2019 “L'Arte delle Scienze Marine”, collective exhibition curated by Francesco Falcieri, M9 space, Venice Mestre, Italy

2019 “Laboratorio aperto”, collective exhibition curated by Carlo Di Raco, shed 35 Forte Marghera Venice Mestre, Venice, Italy

2019 “Got It For Cheap and Velvet Ropes”, London edition, collective exhibition curated by Chris Rexroad and Charlie Roberts, House of Vans, London, United Kingdom

2019 “Sense of Place”, Matera 2019, collective exhibition curated by Marilena Calcara, Casa Cava, Matera, Italy

2019 "AIR4", international Collective exhibition curated by Piera Ravnikar, Ravnikar Gallery Space, Ljubljana, Slovenia

2019 "Interstalla 5", collective exhibition curated by Rebecca Loro, Villa Abrizzi Marini, San Zenone degli Ezzelini, Treviso, Italy

2019 “World Oceans Day” collective exhibition, CNR ISMAR, Tese dell’Arsenale di venezia, Venice, Italy

2018 “Talvolta siamo visti da ciò che vediamo”, Vernice Contemporanea, international collective exhibition curated by Massimo Casagrande, Bunker di Villa Caldogno, Palladium complex, Caldogno, Vicenza, Italy

2018 “Lotto 293”, collective exhibition, curated by Manifesto Culture, Foundation villa Benzi Zecchini, Caerano San Marco, Treviso, Italy

2017 "L'Acqua è Maestra-Il Dono del colore" collective exhibition curated by Remo Salvadori, Accademy of Fine Arts of Venice, Venice, Italy


Awards:

2019 CRAMUM Prize, finalist 2019 edition, collective exhibition curated by Sabino Maria Frassà, villa Bagatti Valsecchi, Varedo, Milano, Italy

2019 Mestre Painting Prize, finalist 2019 edition, collective exhibition curated by Marco Dolfin, Candiani Center, Venice Mestre, Italy

2019 Delphian Gallery art prize 2019, first selection, London

2012 Celeste Prize 2012, selected, curated by Katya Garcia-Anton, Centrale Montemartini, Rome, Italy

2010 “Polizia Città Persone”, Art Prize, collective exhibition curated by Giorgio Russi, Cà dei Carraresi, Treviso, Italy


Workshop/Residence/Collaborations:

2020 Extra Ordinario, project by Daniele Capra, Nico Covre, Nebojša Despotović, Atelier F, Vulcano Agency, Venezia Marghera, Italy

2019 Workshop “Laboratorio Aperto”, Forte Marghera Mestre, curated by Carlo Di Raco, Valeri Nicolai and Thomas Braida, Venice, Italy

2019 “Komorebi”, artists residence at San Giovanni Profiamma, Foligno, Umbria, Italy

2019 La Biennale di Venezia, 58. International exhibition of Art – Salone Suisse –Collateral Event, Swiss Pavilion – “An Open House featuring student paintings”- in collaboration whit Swiss Art Council Prohelvetia, Academy of Fine Arts of Venice, Curated by Céline Eidenbenz, Venice, Italia

2018 Workshop “Laboratorio Aperto”, Forte Marghera Mestre, curated by Carlo Di Raco, Martino Scavezzon, Nebojsa Despotovic and Thomas Braida, Venice, Italy

2018 Site-specific project “Now Here No Here” collaboration with the artist Jaša Mrevlje Pollak at Art Hotel Tartini, curated by Michele Drascek, Piran, Slovenia

2017 Workshop Laboratorio Aperto, Forte Marghera Mestre, curated by Carlo Di Raco and Martino Scavezzon, Venice, Italy

2016 Workshop “Laboratorio Aperto”, Forte Marghera Mestre, curated by Carlo Di Raco, Martino Scavezzon and Miriam Pertegato, Venice, Italy

2015 Workshop “Laboratorio Aperto”, Forte Marghera Mestre, curated by Carlo Di Raco and Nebojsa Despotovic, Venice, Italy


Publications:

“CUCCURUCUCU – Cosa spinge l’essere umano ad andare avanti?”, CRAMUM Prize,
curated by Sabino Maria Frassà, writing of Emma Baeri Parisi, Eugeno Borgna, Raffaella Ferrari, Sabino Maria Frassà, Alba Solaro; ISBN 978-88-96227-60-2

“L’Arte delle Scienze Marine-Gli oceani ritratti da ricercatori e artisti”, curated by Gabriella Traviglia and Francesco Falceri; ISBN 979-12-200-5450-8

“Premio Mestre di Pittura 2019”, Civic Museums Foundation of Venice, curated by Marco Dolfin; ISBN 978-88-940263-7-5

“L'Acqua è maestra”, curated by Remo Salvadori, Publisher 24 Ore Cultura; EAN 9788866483410


Interview:

ArtsLife "Arte balsamo della psiche. La quarantena degli artisti, Federico Polloni" of Luca Zuccala

Dialogs 2019, by Alessio Guano, La Spezia Italy

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