Roberta Melasecca – Savina Tarsitano – Ilaria Termolino: curatorship


 

Roberta Melasecca (1971) graduated in Architecture with honors from the University “G. D’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara. She worked as a freelancer for 15 years in the field of restoration and architectural survey.

In 2012 she began working in the communications sector, writing articles in various online and printed magazines and curating the press and communication office for events and architectural studies. Also in 2012 she became head of the press office of the AIAC Italian Association of Architecture and Critics, of the editorial staff of the magazine presstletter.com and in 2013 art director of Interno 14, an exhibition space in Rome. She also began curating exhibitions and artistic and publishing projects.

Since 2015 she has been carrying out an intense press office activity in the art and design sector, founding the Melasecca PressOffice agency, taking care of the communication of hundreds of exhibitions, events and awards throughout the national territory. She collaborates with curators, artists, journalists, galleries, building networks and connections between different disciplinary areas.

From 2018 she directs Interno 14 next, a widespread interdisciplinary patronage project.

 

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Savina Tarsitano (Co-Founder) is an artist from Calabria, Italy, who lives and works between Italy, Belgium and Martinique, Caribbean island. Her research hinges on the concept of “landing-place”. She has spent creative periods in “theme-sites” like islands, abbeys, castles all over the world. She is member of the European Cultural Parliament, ambassador of the Rebirth project of Michelangelo Pistoletto and founder of the project “Creativity in Motion” for a social integration through art. Savina is partner of espronceda and in charge of developing the activity programs, the European partnerships as well as curator relations.

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Ilaria Termolino (Rome, 1988) art critic and art curator.

Lives and works in Barcelona. She obtained her Master’s degree in History of Contemporary Art from La Sapienza University of Rome in 2014. With her thesis, she specializes in art under Franco’s regime, maintaining active collaborations with the few artists who are still alive.

Her research work is marked by a constant search for the heritage left by the great artists of the past in the current generation of artists. She collaborates with art magazines and accompanies groups of Italian tourists to discover the most hidden corners of the city of Barcelona.

 

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