Bio

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Roberta Cavallari

Born in Ferrara

Lives and works in Bologna, Italy

Education

1994 – 2001 Bachelor at the Academy of Art of Bologna, Painting.

1998 – 2000 Erasmus student exchange, Berlin, Kunst Hochschule Weissensee

2000 – 2002 University of Bologna, Specializing School for Art teaching

2007-2010 Bachelor degree at the Academy of Art of Bologna – Photography for visual art

2008-2010 Il Mestiere delle Arti – Ministerial Art Project

2009 Internship at the Francesco Jodice studio, Milano.

Solo Exhibitions

2013 Crossing references, R. C. Boximbau laboratory, curated by C. Rosi, B. Ceciliato, Bologna, Italy.

2012 Vis a Vis, R. Cavallari/ C. Hola, Centro Cultural Borges, curated by di Massimo Scaringella, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2010 Galerie Proarta, curated by Roxana Pirovano Malmberg, Lars Malmberg, Zurich, Swiss.

2009 A Hole Can Make a Difference, R.Cavallari/C. Curzola, Palazzo Zenobio degli Armeni, curated by Christian

Maretti, Venezia, Italy.

2007 Drinnen Und Draussen, Goethe – Institut, Bologna, curated by C. Perone, Italy.

2006 Berlin, Upcoming Places, Goethe – Institut/Alliançe Française Bologna, curated by C. Perone, Italy.

2001 Il gioco del mondo, Porta degli Angeli, curated by Angelo Andreotti, Ferrara, Italy.

1999 Luoghi di Scarico, R. Cavallari/L. Anselmi, N.A.K.T Gallery – Berlin, curated by Werner Liebmann, Germany.

Selected group Exhibitions

2016 Premio Nocivelli, Chiesa della Disciplina, curated by M. L. Brunelli, S. Grandi, F. Naldi, L. Moro, Verolanuova (BS), Italy.

2015 Prima Pagina Art Prize, Artefiera, curated by Valerio Dehò, Bologna.

2014 Artelibro, Palazzo Renzo, curated by Sergio Risaliti, Bologna, Italy.

Trasparenze, Senape Vivaio Urbano, curated by Claudio Rosi, Barbara Ceciliato, Art City White night, Bologna, Italy.

2013 KAIROS. It’s time to change and re-birth, curated by Raffaele Quattrone, promoted by Michelangelo Pistoletto and Cittadellarte, (galleria +) Oltredimore, Bologna, Italy.

Omaggio a Verdi, Istituto Storico Parri, curated by Claudio Rosi and Barbara Ceciliato, Bologna, Italy.

2012 Galerie Proarta, curated by di Roxana Pirovano Malmberg, Lars Malmberg, Zurich, Swiss.

Immagini per la memoria, Istituto Storico Parri Emilia Romagna, curated by G. Gosdan, Mentelocale, Bologna, Italy.

Videonote, curated by Claudio Rosi and Barbara Ceciliato, laboratorio R. C. Boximbau, Bologna.

The Scientist, International Video Art Festival, VI edizione, curated by Filippo Landini, Vitaliano Teti, Ferrara, Italy.

2011 54° Biennale di Venezia, Italian Pavillion, L’arte non è cosa nostra, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, Venezia, Italy.

Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Italia, Lo stato dell’arte nel 150° dell’Unità d’Italia, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Sala Nervi, Torino, Italy.

Relazioni interpersonali, Tenuta dello Scompiglio, curated by Angel Moya Garcia, Lucca, Italy.

New Grotesque, Oratorio della Passione, Basilica di Sant Ambrogio, curated by Silvia Fabbri, Milano, Italy.

2010 Maguncia, Museo del Papel Grabado y Estampa, Semana de Maguncia, curated by Walter Santoro, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Is It ordinary? Fondazione Durini, curated by Alessandro Riva, Milano, Italy.

The Difference, Arte Fiera Off – Bologna, Officine Minganti, curated by Piero Deggiovanni, Bologna, Italy.

2009 L’Accademia per Enzo Biagi, Pianaccio, curated by Mauro Mazzali, Bologna, Italy.

Otto al verde, Immagini dall’orto botanico, curated by Marco Baldassarri, Claudio Rosi, Barbara Ceciliato, Casagallery, text by Alice Zannoni, Bologna, Italy.

2008 Visuale, Sguardo fotografico, Casa dell’Ariosto, curated by Yoruba arte contemporanea, Ferrara, Italy.

Premio Samp, Academy of Art of Bologna, curated by Walter Guadagnini, Mauro Mazzali, Bologna, Italy.

2007 Celeste Art Prize, I. S. A., curated by Gianluca Marziani, Marialivia Brunelli, Ivan Quaroni, Paola Nicita, Roma, Italy.

2001 Artificial Spaces, Ex Teresa Arte Actual gallery, curated by Guillermo Santamarina, Mexico City.

Quotidiana, Museo Civico del Santo, curated by G. Bartorelli , S. Schiavon, Padova, Italy.

Premio Iceberg, Salara, curated by Roberto Daolio, Valerio Dehò, Silvia Grandi, Bologna, Italy.

Prizes

2016 Premio Nocivelli, Chiesa della Disciplina, (finalist), curated by Marialivia Brunelli, Silvia Grandi, Fabiola Naldi, Liliana Moro, Verolanuova (BS), Italy.

2008 Premio Samp, Academy of Art of Bologna, curated by Walter Guadagnini, Mauro Mazzali, Bologna, Italy.

2007 Celeste Art Prize, (finalist), I. S. A., curated by Gianluca Marziani, Marialivia Brunelli, Ivan Quaroni, Paola Nicita, Roma, Italy.

2000 Premio Iceberg, Salara, curated by Roberto Daolio, Valerio Dehò, Silvia Grandi, Bologna, Italy.

Bibliography

2016 Premio Nocivelli, catalogue edited by Associazione Culturale Techne, Brescia, Italy.

2015 QN – Il Resto del Carlino, January, 21th 2015, p. 32, Sbatti l’arte in prima pagina, L’informazione tra passato e futuro, by Andrea Maioli and Annalisa Uccellini.

2013 Il Resto del Carlino, January 19th 2013, p.31, Casagallery – Giovani incroci d’Accademia, by al. mar.

Casagallery itinerante, catalogue edited by Fausto Lupetti Editore, Bologna, Italy.

2012 Prensa Centro Cultural Borges, Vis a Vis, Roberta Rose Cavallari y Cotelito exponen en el Centro Cultural Borges, curated by di Massimo Scaringella, July 30th 2012, Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Italia, Lo stato dell’arte nel 150° dell’Unità d’Italia, curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Sala Nervi, Torino, catalogue edited by Istituto di Cultura Italiano, Milano, Italy.

Immagini per la memoria, Museo della Resistenza of Bologna, Istituto Storico Parri Emilia Romagna, catalogue edited by Academy of Art of Bologna, Italy.

2011 54° Biennale di Venezia, “L’arte non è cosa nostra”, catalogue edited by Skira, Milano, Italy.

New Grotesque, catalogue edited by Christian Maretti, Forlimpopoli, Italy.

2010 The difference, catalogue edited by Christian Maretti, Forlimpopoli, Italy.

Il Sole 24 Ore, N° 37, February 7th, p. 33, in Calendart, by Marina Mojana.

Il Fatto Quotidiano, March 27th, by Mattia Carzaniga.

Terra, year V, N° 38, February 14th, p. 9, in “Quella misteriosa dialettica” by Francesca Franco.

Trova Bologna, January 20th, La Repubblica, L’arte che sveglia la città, p. 37.

2009 L’Accademia per Enzo Biagi, Pianaccio, CARISBO Foundation, p. 24, catalogue edited by Novaprint Bologna, Italy.

2008 Samp Prize, Industrial Group Maccaferri (Bologna), Academy of Art of Bologna, catalogue curated by Walter Guadagnini, edited by Novaprint Bologna, Italy.

Visuale, Sguardo Fotografico, Yoruba contemporary art, edited by Italiatipolitografia Ferrara, Italy.

2007 Gomorra, April, N° 12, p. 7, 8, 14, 15, 20, 21, 32, 33, 49, 50, 54, 55, 86, 87, 98, 99, 114, 115, Attraversamenti. Las Vegas. To use best before, by Roberta Cavallari, p. 116, 117, 118, 119, edited by Meltemi, Roma, Italy.

Celeste Art Prize 2007, catalogue curated by Cultural Association L’Albero Celeste, p. 57, edited by Celeste Prize, San Gimignano, Siena, Italy.

2003 Numero Zero, Self Portrait, curated by Angelo Andreotti, Paola Bonora, Maurizio Bonora, Vicissitudini dello sguardo e ritratti dell’identità di Roberto M. Boccalon, edited by L’Artiere, Bentivoglio, Bologna, Italy.

2001 Gomorra, N° 2 November 2001, Bologna. Geografie instabili, p. 95, 96, 97, edited by Meltemi Editore, Roma, Italy.

Decima Muestra Internacional de Performance, Ex Teresa Arte Actual, p. 54, Guillermo Santamarina, Instituto National de Bellas Artes, Ignacio Toscano Jarquin, catalogue edited by Ex Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico City.

2000 Iceberg, Comune di Bologna, curated by Dede Auregli, Roberto Daolio, Alessandra Borgogelli, p. 30, catalogue edited by Futura Press, Bologna, Italy.

Professional experience

2001/07 Art teaching at the high school San Vincenzo De’ Paoli, V. Montebello 3, Bologna, Italy.

2007/08 Teaching of multimedia languages at the high school Laura Bassi, V. S. Isaia 35, 40123 Bologna, Italy.

2008/09 Drawing and art history teaching at the high school N. Copernico, V. Garavaglia 11, 40127 Bologna, Italy.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]