Rossella Biscotti

Rossella Biscotti’s and Bouchra Khalili’s works @ MAXXI Museum Rome

Discover the works of Rossella Biscotti and Bouchra Khalili in the exhibition A Story for the Future: MAXXI’s first Decade at the MAXXI Museum in Rome. The exhibition, which pivots around five major themes, is conceived as an analysis of the development of the institution in response to the great challenges of our time. It looks forward to be a […]

Bouchra Khalili, Lawrence Abu Hamadan and Rossella Bicotti @Artists for Moria

Well before the coronavirus pandemic began, the situation in Moria refugee camp was extremely critical. Now more than ever, solidarity is necessary. Artists for Moria is a fundraiser to assist the efforts of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) on the island of Lesvos, Greece. Sixteen international artists are donating their works for this effort. […]

Rossella [email protected] ArtBasel Online Viewing Room

Our Rossella Biscotti solo-show at the ArtBasel Online Viewing Room is now open ! All users who register on artbasel.com are welcome to discover our room directly on our gallery profile page or via the dedicated Viewing Rooms page in the main navigation of the Art Basel Website. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need […]

Rossella Biscotti talk @NTU Singapore

Sourcing oral histories and female accounts, delving into archives, and mapping sites associated with different forms of mining, exploitation, and confinement, Rossella Biscotti will deepen her research interest into colonial structures of power and management at the turn of the 20th century and the way in which these structures are interwoven with contemporary practices of production and distribution.

Bouchra Khalili & Rossella Biscotti @Dahka Art Summit

Convening a critical mass of artists, thinkers and participants, ‘Dhaka Art Summit 2020: Seismic Movements’ (DAS 2020) will provoke us to reconsider (art) histories, movement, borders and fault lines. From 7–15 February 2020, Dhaka, Bangladesh will be the epicentre of a radical upheaval of how we think about art

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