Join curator Giulia Pollicita for a guided tour of decentering in Ceramics, a group exhibition celebrating ceramics’ symbolic power and highlighting its political, social, and imaginative declinations.
The exhibition situates seminal sculptures by Franca Maranò and Nedda Guidi, pioneers in technical and formal experimentation, alongside new works by an international group of artists: Chiara Camoni, Gaia Fugazza, Florence Peake, Raffaela Naldi Rossano, Holly Stevenson and Zoe Williams.
Giulia Pollicita (Palermo, 1996) is an Italian art curator that lives and works between Naples, London, and Rome. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of the Art in London and is curator of the Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples and of independent projects such as the artist-in-residence programme at Laboratorio Piramide, Rome.
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