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The Project

Art contest organized by NABA in collaboration with Nescafé Dolce Gusto, calling for a creative interpretation from an artistic point of view of the 35 tastes of Dolce Gusto coffee. All the 35 works from Naba students, developed under the supervision of Caterina Iaquinta, have been exhibited in a public show curated by Marco Scotini, Director of the Visual Art programs in Naba, and Bruna Roccasalva, Director of Peep-Hole art gallery in Milano.

Area: Visual Arts
Courses: Painting and Visual Arts
Campus: NABA Milan
Collaboration: Nescafé Dolce Gusto

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Credits

Marco Scotini
Visual Arts Department Head
Visual Arts Department Head
Marco Scotini
<p>Marco Scotini is the Artistic Director of the FM Centre for Contemporary Art, Milan, and Head of the Exhibitions Programme at PAV, Parco Arte Vivente, Turin. He is the Scientific Director of the Archivio Gianni Colombo and the Bert Theis Archive. He has been a member of the Italian Council since 2019. He has been Visual Arts Department Head since 2004. After many collaborations with international artistic institutions (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Documenta, Kassel, MAXXI, Rome, SALT, Istanbul, Castello di Rivoli), he curated the Albanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (2015), co-curated the 1st Anren Biennale (2017) and he has been the Artistic Director of the 2nd Yinchuan Biennale in China (2018). Among his most recent publications: Utopian Display. Geopolitical Curating (Quodlibet NABA Insights, 2019), Politiques de la V&eacute;g&eacute;tation (Eterotopia France, 2019), Artecrazia (DeriveApprodi, 2017).</p>
Caterina Iaquinta
Project Leader
Bruna Roccasalva
Project Leader
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Students involved

Giulia Pellegrini, Isabela Benshimol, Samantha Caligaris, Davide Dicorato, Lorenzo Fioranelli, Alessandro Francescatti, Mafalda Galessi, Mati Jhurry, Yoogin Kim, Giulia Manelli, Guia Patrucchi, Giulia Pellegrini, Raziel Perin, Chiara Principe, Margherita Ramella, Gabriel Stoeckly, Zuo Zhaomin

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