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Giulia Ferrarese | Courtesy the Artist
Giulia Ferrarese, MIEL / 蜜 2023

Giulia Ferrarese (Zevio, Verona, Italy 1985) lives and works in Milan. In 2008 she graduated from the IUAV University of Venice with a specialization in Visual Arts, and during the four years of study she participated in the Erasmus program between UdK (Universität der Künste Berlin) and Ca' Foscari, in Berlin. In 2013 she graduated from the NABA in Milan with an artistic and curatorial specialization. In 2012 she was in Kassel as assistant to Chiara Fumai, also lending herself as a performer in the closing event. She follows dance and voice workshops with Enzo Cosimi and NicoNote, and participates in projects as performers of Tino Segal, Francesco Ronzon, Alice Ronchi, Luigi Coppola and Virgilio Sieni. In 2021 she received the special mention of the jury for the video "Calipso" at the San Giò Festival in Verona, which develops into the site-specific exhibition "Ipno-Calipso" in the church of San Biagio in Triuggio, Monza, curated by Vittorio Raschetti.

At the same time Giulia practices drawing, which she exhibits in a solo show on Greek divinities illustrated on large scales in colored pastels at the Blik studio in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, which is preceded by a group exhibition in stages starting from Sarmede entitled "The images of fantasy 35”, curated by Monica Monachesi.



2022 Ipno Calipso, curated by Vittorio Raschetti - Triuggio, Monza (MB).

2019 Painting exhibition - Blik studio, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.

2015 Ninfico-Obliqui Doni - Smart Revolution, Verona, Italy.


2017 Residenza Sei Con.Divisione - Mola di Bari (BA), Italy.

2013 “Cobalto 40", curated by Yuri Ancarani - Il Crepaccio, Milan, Italy.

2012 “Tanatosi” curated by Patrizia Silingardi e Sonia Schiavone - Galleria Melepere, Verona, Italy.

2010 “del plumbeo” curated by Patrizia Silingardi and Sonia Schiavone - Galleria Melepere, Verona, Italy.

2010 “Fuochi Fatui” curated by G. Manfredi e S. Sardellaro - Palazzo Ducale Pavullo nel Frignano, Modena, Italy.

2009 47ª edizione Artverona & Festival della Filosofia, curated by Patrizia Silingardi - Galleria Melepere (Verona), StudioVetusta (Modena), Italy.

2006 89ª Mostra Collettiva, curated by Angela Vettese - Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venezia, Italy.

The works on display are for sale.

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