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Filippo Berta

Filippo Berta (was born in Treviglio -Bg- in 1977)
In 2019 he was among the winners of the Italian Council V Edition with the One by One project, promoted by Nomas Foundation of Rome and GAMeC of Bergamo. In 2015 he won the MIA Foundation Award of Bergamo; in 2014 the Maretti Prize, La Habana (Cuba) and was a finalist at the Talent Prize in Rome. In 2008 he was among the winners of the International Performance Award, Galleria Civica di Trento. He has exhibited at the MADRE Museum in Naples, MSU-Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, Museion in Bolzano, MART - Galleria Civica di Trento, Jonkopings Lans Museum, Staedtischegalerie in Bremen, State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki, Museum in Pori, Victoria Art Center of Bucharest, Center for Cultural Decontamination, CZKD, Belgrade, Matadero Contemporary Creative Center in Madrid, MAO-Museum of Architecture and Design of Slovenia. Filippo Berta's artistic research highlights the social tensions caused by the relationship between individuals and their societies to which they belong. The boundaries that define this dialectical condition, often conflictual and problematic, are a matter of questioning in his works. His attention to these social disharmonies translates into works characterized by the exaltation of small daily gestures, presented in such a way as to unmask the differences, tensions and oppositions. His works are mainly collective performances, summarized in a single iconographic image and in short and essential videos.

"Gente comune" ( 2021)

Stampa fine art on diasec

52.5 x 100cm


In cooperation with Prometeo Gallery

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