Ephemeral Arts Connection 2012


> TERESA LUCIA CICCIARELLA

EAC 2012_LECTURER

Teresa Lucia Cicciarella (Marsala, 1981), art historian and critic, specialized in Contemporary Art at the University of Siena – after the degree obtained at the University of Palermo – analyzing for two years the work of the Italian-American artist Francesco Simeti.

She is a PhD student in “Memoria e Materia delle Opere d’Arte attraverso i processi di produzione, storicizzazione, conservazione, musealizzazione” at the Tuscia University – Viterbo.

In 2008-2012 she has been collaborating with the Museum of Contemporary Art of Marsala (Ente Mostra di Pittura Contemporanea “Città di Marsala”) as assistant of the Curator, prof. Sergio Troisi, working on the organization and preparation of the exhibitions “Mediterraneo. Mitologie della figura nell’arte italiana tra le due guerre” (Marsala, Convento del Carmine 2008, cat. Sellerio), “Monocromo. L’utopia del colore” (2009, cat. Silvana Editoriale), “Emilio Isgrò – Disobbedisco. Sbarco a Marsala e altre Sicilie” (2010, cat. Silvana Editoriale), “Articolo 9. I paesaggi d’Italia” (2011, cat. Silvana Editoriale), “Ugo Attardi. L’erede selvaggio” (2011, cat. Silvana Editoriale), “Il Racconto del Novecento” (2012, cat. Fortuna Editore). She has collaborated with the journals “Kalós – Arte in Sicilia” and “Demetra Arte”, and is a member of the editorial staff of the web magazine “Art a Part of Cult(ure)”:

<www.artapartofculture.net; pagina autore: http://www.artapartofculture.net/author/teresa/&gt;.

She has participated in the second edition of the international workshop Ephemeral Arts Connection.


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