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nadia fanelli

  • Biography
Nadia Fanelli (1977, Castel Goffredo, Mantua), attended the Art Institute and school of cultural heritage restoration in Mantua. In November 2014 she opened her first solo exhibition in Milan, curated by Carla Zucchi and Massimiliano Bisazza, at Galleria Statuto13 and was reviewed by Wall Street International Italia.
In 2015 she was included in the catalog of Modern Art, Editoriale Giorgio Mondadori. In February 2016 she was part of GAM (Giovani Artisti Mantovani), an event curated by art critic Gianfranco Ferlisi held at the Casa del Mantegna in Mantua.
In April 2016 she participated in the “Il Labirinto dell’Ipnotista” project, a contemporary art event held at Palazzo Gallio in Gravedona, on Lake Como, which occasioned a book in the series “Le scelte di Puntelli”, published by Giorgio Mondadori. In the summer of 2017 she participated in “Master Class of Infinity”, an international exhibition which took her to Sabbioneta, London and Dubrovnik.
In March 2018, during celebrations for the 500-year anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death, she participated in “Genius”, a contemporary art event at Palazzo Medici Riccardi in Florence. In November 2018 she won her first International Michelangelo Buonarroti Prize in Forte dei Marmi with her work “Last Look”. In November 2018 the book Profili d’Artista was presented in Berlin, published by Mondadori, in which she was included with an interview among other emerging artists.
In March 2019 “Arte In World” magazine dedicated her “its other cover” and she participated in the “Dissolvenze” exhibition curated by Enrica Feltracco, Massimiliano Sabbion, Matteo Vanzan at the Diocesan Museum of Padua. Starting in June 2019 some of her works are exhibited at the new Bocconi University in Milan and in March 2020 she exhibited at BAG, Bocconi Art Gallery.
In December 2020 she inaugurated her solo exhibition at the DeniArte Gallery in Rome entitled ‘Le forme della memoria’. In April 2021 she exhibited in the picture gallery of the Palazzo Ducale Sanchez de Luna in Sant’Arpino (CE), on the occasion of the “Contemporaneamente. Maestri in Pinacoteca” event curated by Luigi Fusco. In November 2021 her works alongside the BAG catalogue were presented at the Bocconi Art Gallery.
In 2022 she participated at the project “Un Bacio Ancora” (Asolo museum), curated by Massimiliano Sabbion and Enrica Feltracco.
Furthermore, she exhibits at BAG-Bocconi Art Gallery, with two works that are permanently exhibited.
In the same year she participated as a finalist in the Arteam Cup Award, seventh edition, curated by Matteo Galbiati and Livia Savorelli (Palazzo Priamar in Savona).
In July 2023 she exhibited at the Spazio Arte Petrecca (Isernia) in the personal exhibition Raccontami (Attese) curated by Francesco Mutti and Carmen D’Antonino with the patronage of the municipality of Isernia, Department of Culture.
In September 2023 she participates in BAG – Bocconi Art Gallery.
In October 2023 she inaugurates her personal exhibition in the Space Gallery in St. Barth.
She lives and works in Castel Goffredo, Mantova.

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Cecilia, 2018

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