About me

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Sissi Roselli was born in 1985 in Bari.

In architecture feeding on multidiscipliary characters, books and irony she trusts.

 

EDUCATION

> Actually Research Fellow in Architecture, University IUAV of Venice.

> Phd in Architecture, University of Studies of Udine. Full marks.

> MA Photography and Visual Design, Fondazione Forma per la Fotografia + Naba, Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti of Milan, 2011. Full marks.

> MA Landscape Architecture, University IUAV of Venice, 2010. Full marks.

> BA Architecture, University IUAV of Venice, 2007.

 

EXHIBITIONS

> Quarta edizione Premio Francesco Fabbri per le Arti Contemporanee, group exhibit curated by Carlo Sala, Fondazione Francesco Fabbri, Villa Brandolini, Pieve di Soligo (TV), November 2015

> Archeologia scolastica, curated by Sara Marini, Palazzo Grimani, Venice, January – March 2015

> 98. Collettiva Giovani Artisti, curated by Luca Andreoni e Alessandro Ottenga, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, December 2014

> Archeologia scolastica, solo-exhibition, curated by Sara Marini, Galleria Spazio Lavì, Sarnano (MC), August 2014

> Inside/Outside. Progetto Pianeta, curated by Elisa Virgili, Festival della Filosofia, Garbagnate, Milan, Avril 2013

> Open your mountains, curated by Luca Andreoni e Alessandro Ottenga, Photissima Art Fair, Turin, November 2012

> Allineamenti, curated by Sara Marini and Alfonso Giancotti, University La Sapienza, Rome, October 2012

> Mountain Photo Festival artist-in-residence, curated by Luca Andreoni, Aosta, September 2012

> EAT, Emergent Artists Transmediterranean, curated by Martina Corgnati and Marco Meneguzzo, Palazzo della Regione and A.M.A.T.A Amici Museo d’Arte di Tel-Aviv, Milan, May 2012

> Lost in Franciacorta, curated by Luca Andreoni and Francesco Zanot, Frigoriferi Milanesi, Milan, September 2011

> Rosansi Beceni?, artzine in collaboration with Niccolò Benetton and Simone Santilli, Die Schonestadt Gallery, Halle (DE) 2011

> Land and Light, an exhibition about James Turrel, curated by Agostino De Rosa, Museo di Arte Contemporanea di Palermo, June 2009

> Molteplici sguardi: l’opera di Renata Egle Trincanato, curated by Antonella Chemollo and Umberto Ferro, Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venezia, February 2008

 

COLLABORATIONS

Sara Marini Architect and Professor

Fondazione Teatro Grande Brescia

Saatchi & Saatchi Milano

Progetto DogMa Architects and bloggers

Penelope Store

Univeristà IUAV di Venezia

Scott Frances Photographer

Hortus Book

Gong! Magazine

Nicola Lucini Arkfilmaker

Paolo Rosselli Architectural Photographer

Cartaspina Edizioni

Ipostudio Architectural Firm Florence

Compagnia teatrale I Guitti

Tortelli & Frassoni Architectural Firm Brescia

Elle Decor

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