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.
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.
Alberto Dambruoso, Claudio Strinati, Claudio Zambianchi, Giovanni Albanese, Helia Hamedani, Lorenzo Canova, Maria Giovanna Musso, Massimo Scaringella, Micol Di Veroli, Nicola Davide Angerame, Paolo Balmas, Raffaele Gavarro, Roberto Gramiccia, Saverio Verini, Valentino Catricalà
Son of the artist Bruno Canova, after graduating he obtained a PhD in Art History at the University of Rome La Sapienza. He is associate professor of Contemporary Art History at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the University of Molise. He founded the ARATRO, Archivio delle arti elettroniche, Laboratorio per l’Arte Contemporanea […]Segnalazioni: Artisti, Strutture, Curatori,
Nicola Davide Angerame
Nicola Davide Angerame is a philosopher, journalist, art curator, contemporary art critic and cultural organizer. After graduating in Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Turin, under the guidance of Gianni Vattimo with a thesis on Jean-Luc Nancy’s thought, he began working with newspapers and magazines writing about art but also about cinema, architecture and contemporary […]Segnalazioni: Artisti, Strutture, Curatori,