About

 

Giuseppina Giordano was born in Mazara del Vallo, Trapani, on November 25, 1987. In 2006 she began studying Political Science and International Relations at the University of Palermo. However, she interrupted that career in order to enroll in a Painting course of the Brera Academy, from which she obtained her B.A. in 2012.  In 2016 she obtained her M.A. in Sculpture with honors.

She lives and works in Milan.

RESIDENCIES

2018

London Summer Intensive, Camden Arts Centre & Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK

Mixed Media Residency, Conartist Collective, Manhattan, New York, USA

2017

CEAC Chinese European Art Center, Xiamen, Fujian, China 

VIR Viafarini-in-residence, via Carlo Farini 35, Milan, Italy  

GRANT

2017-2020

TSS Traveling Artist, The Secular Society, Virginia, USA

 

SOLO SHOW

2017

OPEN MOUTH/ CLOSED MOUTH, curated by Ineke Gudmundsson, May Lee, Chinese European Art Center, Xiamen, China

SELECTED GROUP  EXHIBITIONS & AWARDS

2018

LONDON SUMMER INTENSIVE  SHOWCASE, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK

La solitudine del curatore, curated by Katiuscia Pompili, Sasvatii Santamaria, Kaoz, Palermo (Italy), Manifesta 12 Collateral Events

Mixed Media Residency showcase, curated by Bryan Shevlin, Conartist, Manhattan, New York, USA

2016

Domestic Flights, curated by Vittorio Corsini, Studi Festival, Milan, Italy

2015

Il pane e le rose (Bread and roses), curated by Marco Meneguzzo, Arnaldo Pomodoro Foundation, Milan, Italy (catalogue)

Nel deserto cresce la ginestra (The broom grows in the desert), curated by Maurizio Guerri, Renata Fabbri art gallery, Milan, Italy

2014

Nottilucente 2014 (Shining at night), curated by Culture Attive and Brera Academy of Fine Arts, Torregrossa Civic Museums, San Gimignano (SI), Italy

Aule aperte-Open studios, MiArt fuorisalone, MiArt fair collateral event, Brera Academy of Fine Arts, Milan, Italy

2013

Last Young: under 35 in Italia (Last Young: under 35 in Italy), curated by Arianna Baldoni, Rossella Farinotti, Lorenzo Respi, Villa Brivio, Nova Milanese (MI), Italy (catalogue)

Videoart Yearbook, screening program, curated by Renato Barilli, Museo del Novecento, Milan, Italy

2012

On video for hours and hours III, curated by Renato Barilli, Guido Bartorelli, ArteBoccanera  art gallery, Trento, Italy

Videoart Yearbook 2012, Italian Videoart Festival, curated  by Renato Barilli, Guido Bartorelli, Angela Borgogelli, Paolo Granata, Saint Christina Cloister, Bologna, Italy

Salon primo 2012, first prize, ex Church of Saint Carpoforo, Milan, Italy (catalogue)

2011

Envie Prize, finalist, ex Church of Saint Carpoforo, Milan, Italy (catalogue)