We have invited critics and authoritative operators from the contemporary art industry to give their vision of the state of contemporary art in Rome and to provide us with a guide to the routes to visit during the RAW week. The routes will be freely chosen according to personal artistic trends. The points of view will begin to appear from 18 September and will be constantly updated during the event.
Both this year and during the previous edition we have filmed some videos illustrating the thoughts of the points of view on the situation of contemporary Roman art, you can look at them on the video page.
Angelo Bellobono (Neptune 1964) is an artist and ski coach. His activity investigates the relationships between anthropology and geology, highlighting the difficult relationship between belonging and identity, in an era in which, the coordinates that determine them, quickly change. With his work, combining life and professional skills, he tries to relate to places and communities […]
Maria Giovanna Musso
Maria Giovanna Musso lived and studied in Palermo, Rome and Paris. He teaches Sociology of Change and Art Sociology at the University “La Sapienza” in Rome. He has conducted studies and research on complex systems, on development and globalization and on the relationship between science, art and technology. It carries out training activities on the […]
Micol Di Veroli
Micol Di Veroli (Rome, 1976) is an art historian, critic and independent curator. From 2010 to 2014 he was professor of Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts at R. U. F. A. of Rome. He collaborates with various art galleries, public spaces and museums, realizing projects aimed at promoting and supporting contemporary art in Italy and abroad. […]
Silvano Manganaro is professor of Art History and Economics at the Academy of Fine Arts in L’ Aquila. After graduating from the Sapienza University in Rome, he was editor of the magazine “DROMEmagazine”, a journal of contemporary art and culture, and currently he is the regular contributor of “Il Giornale dell’ Arte” and part of […]
A scholar of cinema and its technological extensions, he has specialized in analyzing the relationship of artists and filmmakers with new technologies and media. On this line he has written several essays in books and specialized magazines, also participating in international conferences. He also organized Rassegne (including Ettore Ferettini). La volontà oltre rappresentazione, Cinema Trevi, […]
Wonderlust #rome (Francesco Buonerba, Nicoletta Guglielmucci) is a project that aims to consolidate a localized network focused on the essential role the Artists in Residence programs in the roman – and italian – art scene, facilitating artists’ growth and mobility and promoting the potential value of cultural exchange between italian and foreign operators. Wonderlust #rome […]