Paisagens

Solo Show
November 19 | 2015 - February 18 | 2016
Martha Pagy Escritorio de Arte

www.multiplos.art.br

 
     
   
     

Residence Artistique Echangeur 22

ECHANGEUR22 is a projected residency that aims to bring together artists from different countriesand cultures, with a focus onencouraging artistic encounters.

Artists in residence - July 2015:
Marcelo Jacome
Anne Leigniel
Dani Soter
Takashi Nakajima
Fabia Schnoor
Valerio Ricci Montani
Marie-Cecile Conilh de Beyssac

facebook page
www.echangeur22.com

 
     
   
     

Relendo

March 28 - May 18 2015
Martha Pagy Escritorio de Arte
Istituto Cultural PLAJP

www.multiplos.art.br

 
       
     
   
     

Novas Aquisições 2012 | 2013 | 2014
Coleçao Gilberto Chateaubriand - MAM Rio de Janeiro

August 30 - November 2014
MAM, Museo de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro

www.mamrio.com.br

 
     
   
     

Beyond beyond the Brillo Box

May 5 - June 16, 2014
Galerie Royal
Luisenstr 66 Munchen

www.galerieroyal.de

 
     
   
     

Fábrica Aberta | 2013
Art Rio | 2013

December 6 - 8, 2013
Antiga fábrica da Bhering
Rua Orestes, 28 - Santo Cristo | Rio de Janeiro


www.fabricabhering.com

 
     
   
     

Ausência Aguda Presença

August 27, 2013 - December 1, 2013

Curated by Fabia Schnoor
Text by Gloria Ferreira
Espaço Sesc, Copacabana | Rio de Janeiro

Artists:
Elisa Pessoa
Fabia Schnoor
Marie-Cecil Conilh de Beyssac
Valerio Ricci Montani
Yuli Anastassakis

 
     
   
     

Novas Aquisições 2010 | 2012
Coleçao Gilberto Chateaubriand - MAM Rio de Janeiro

Works acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro entres 2010 and 2012

exhibition catalog | March 21 - June 23 2012

ISBN 978-85-98121-07-9

 

 
     
   
     


Ente Comunale di Consumo

December 14, 2011 - January 16, 2012
Curated by Claudio Libero Pisano

Complesso del Vittoriano | Roma

www.ciacmuseum.com | press@ciacmuseum.com

 
     
   
     


Colata Band!

September 17, 2011 - November 6, 2011
Curated by Claudio Libero Pisano
CIAC Centro Internazionale per l'Arte Contemporanea

Castello Colonna | Genazzano

www.ciacmuseum.com | press@ciacmuseum.com

 
     
   
     


Sŏul

May 4, 2011 - May 27, 2011
Curated by Alessandra Troncone
MLAC Museo Laboratorio di Arte Contemporanea

Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5 | Roma

www.luxflux.org | www.luxflux.net/museolab/mostre.htm

 
     
   
     


Nomas Foundation
Reading Room #9 | SOTTOBOSCO

Thursday April 21, from h 5,00 to 9,00 pm
Friday April 22, from 2,30 to 6,00 pm

Nomas Foundation’s Reading Room this year focuses its attention on initiatives established by artists for artists. The entire month of April is dedicated to projects initiated in Italy, that represent a practical answer to the working necessity of every artist: dialogue, research, documentation, distribution, residency projects, legal advice.
Sottobosco is a collective of artists and curators, born in 2009 that aims at the creation of an independent platform for cultural planning. A network for connecting, sharing and archiving that develops specific tools of formation, information and visibility for young artists, based on the open content criteria. ShowDesk is a project that aims at offering young artists the opportunity of showing their work. The  meetings take place each time in a different Italian city (until today in Genoa, Milan and Venice). Sottobosco will invite selected artists of the contemporary scene of Rome to give a public presentation of their work. They are also invited to leave their material on view  and to become part of Sottobosco artists’s archive.

On 21 and 22 April present their artwork:
Luana Perilli, Valerio Ricci, Mauro Romito, Mariagrazia Pontorno, Alessandra Rosini, Vincenzo Rulli, Paride Petrei, Angela Zurlo, Marta Roberti, Elena Bellantoni, Giorgia Accorsi, Roberto Timperi, Mariana Ferratto.

www.sottobosco.net | www.nomasfoundation.com

 
     
   
     


Mongin Art Center | Artist in Residence Program

January, 2011
Valerio Ricci Montani (Italy) started his three-month residency at Mongin Art Center, artist in residence program.
Mongin Art Space is located at the edge of Mountain Nam in the center of Seoul. It is a studio space for contemporary artists who are ambitious and active in current art scene. A long-term (18 months) and short-term (3 months) residence program are available for artist and program will be operated with flexibility. In addition to providing the space and support for the artists, Mongin Art Space will host various seminars, projects, and open studio program so that it can bestow vitality to the Korean contemporary art world.

Contact
432-1692, Sindang-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul,
100-835 | KOREA

www.mongin.org | info@mongin.org

 
     
   
     


Storage | Video

Video documentation of Storage, installation composed of 200 hand-made bricks, shaped, painted, and cooked by Valerio Ricci during his three-month stay at HSF, New York.

 
       
       
         


Instant Book: Italian Artists in New York

Authors: Renato Miracco
Publisher: CHARTA Edizioni, Milano
Edited by: Renato Miracco
Pages: 152
Year: 2009
Edition: English / Italian
ISBN 978-88-8158-747-6


www.chartaartbooks.it

 
         
       
         


Instant Book: Italian Artists in New York

October 30, 2009 - November 01, 2009
Curated by Renato Miracco
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)
1040 Metropolitan AvenueBrooklyn, New York 11211

www.iscp-nyc.org | info@iscp-nyc.org

Artists: Vincenzo Amato, Davide Balliano, Paololuca Barbieri, Cristiano Bendinelli, Angelica Bergamini, Valerio Berruti, Paolo Bertocchi, Andrea Bianconi, Luca Buvoli, Pierluigi Calignano, Paolo Canevari, Claudia Cannizzaro, Davide Cantoni, Monica Castiglioni, Vanessa Chimera, Alessandro Codagnone, Leone Contini Bonacossi, Renato D'Agostin, Rä di Martino, Federico Donelli, Ettore Favini, Carlo Ferraris, Angelo Filomeno, Marco Gallotta, Anna Galtarossa, Andrea Galvani, Massimo Gammacurta, Ettore Greco, Massimo Kaufmann, Stefano Losi, Nicola Magrin, Maria Antonietta Mameli, Maia Marinelli, Andrea Mastrovito, Eva e Franco Mattes, Gianni Moretti, Fabrizio Musa, Angelo Musco, Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh, Katja Noppes, Matteo Norzi, Ilario Isola, Patrizia Novello, Marco Perroni, Amalia Piccinini, Mariagrazia Pontorno, Susanna Pozzoli, Susy Blu, Luisa Rabbia, Moira Ricci, Valerio Ricci, Giada Ripa, Anna Rispoli, -- ZimmerFrei, Antonio Rovaldi, Antonio Pio Saracino, Bianca Sforni, Bernardo Siciliano, Francesco Simeti, Sissi, Mauro Soggiu, Federico Solmi, Gisella Sorrentino, Francesco Tumbiolo, Marcella Vanzo, Nico Vascellari, Silvia Vendramel, Nicola Verlato, Nicola Villa, Roberto Visani, Alessandro Zuek Simonetti

 
         
       
         


Io.

Opening reception: November 2nd 6.00-9.00 pm
By appointment:
November 3 - 30, 2009

Please join us at HSF for the opening of io., the tenth group exhibition of artists-in-residence since the program's foundation in 2007. io. presents works by: Doojin Ahn (Korea), Valerio Ricci (Italy), and Larissa Voltz (Germany-Israel).
Co-curated by HSF Chief Curator, Raffaele Bedarida with Junior Curator, Teresa Meucci, the show presents works achieved by the three artists during their stay in New York (August-November-2009).
Valerio Ricci's Storage is an installation composed of 204 hand-made bricks, shaped, painted, and cooked by the artist during his three-month stay at HSF. They cover most of the floor's surface in a room, leaving only a perimetric passageway free. Ordered in an extensive grid, their yellow-glazed ceramic shines as a carpet of gold bullions. Throughout the show, HSF visitors are invited to take home the bricks. Each brick is initialed, dated and numbered on the bottom; each guest can have a brick by filling out a form with his/her contacts and the number of the brick. The artist will therefore be able to send out certificates of authenticity; the owners will become part of a virtual community that would potentially re-unite the pieces. The progressive dismantling of Storage will be documented by a video. The work reverts historical minimalist and participation art practices, and reflects on the paradigmatic artisanal-alchemic nature of art making: it creates a paradoxical short-circuit between the value of things and that of experience, investments of time and real estate. Where will you put a glazed brick (it's free!) in your mini New York apt.?

HSF by montrasioarte
128W 121 Street
New York NY 10027


www.harlemstudiony.org | info@harlemstudiony.org

 
         
       
         


HOAST 2009
The 5th Annual Harlem Open Artist Studio Tour

Saturday, October 10 from 12 Noon to 6 p.m.

Sunday, October 11 from 12 Noon to 6 p.m.

HOAST2009 is a tribute to the diversity of artists, art and culture that flourishes in Harlem today. The artists range from emerging talent to internationally recognized figures. Their studios vary from traditional loft spaces to converted bedrooms. Their artwork spans between cutting-edge new media to more traditional styles of representation and abstraction.

 
         
       
         


HSF | Artist in Residence Program

Monday, August 10, 2009
New artists in residence have started their HSF stay:

Valerio Ricci Montani (Italy)
Doo-jin Ahn (Korea)
Cyril Lecomte (France)
Larissa Voltz (Germany-Israel)

Harlem Studio Fellowship by montrasioarte
128W 121 Street
New York NY 10027

www.harlemstudiony.org | info@harlemstudiony.org