Jacopo Belloni (Ancona, IT, 1992) lives and works between Geneva, CH and Rome, IT.
He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, Milan (2014) and from the University of Milan (2018) and holds an MFA from the Work. Master at HEAD, Geneva (2021). 

Recent solo exhibitions include: 2023 – ADA, Rome, IT. 2022 – Galleria Daniele Agostini, Lugano, CH. 2021 – Head sponsorship Award, Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, CH.
Recent group exhibitions include: 2024 – Istituto Svizzero, curated by Piersandra Di Matteo, Rome, IT; FOROF, curated by Ilaria Gianni, Rome, IT; Palazzo delle Esposizioni, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti, Rome, IT. 2023 – Sans titre, curated by Elise Lammer, Paris, FR; Swiss Art Awards, Basel, CH; Centre d’Art Contemporain de la Ferme du Buisson, Marne-la-Vallée, FR. 2022 – Kunsthalle, Bern, CH; Bourses Déliées Arts Visules, Halle Nord, Geneva, CH; Forde, Geneva, CH; La Rada, Locarno, CH. 2021 – Istituto Svizzero, Rome, IT; Palazzo Re Rebaudengo, Guarene, IT; Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva, CH. 2020 – Sonnenstube, Lugano, CH; Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva, CH. 2019 – Gessnerallee, Zurich, CH; Conz Archive, Berlin, DE. 2018 – LCMF London Contemporary Music Festival, Ambika P3, London, UK; Marsèlleria, Milan, IT. 2017 – Localedue, Bologna, IT; Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR. 

He has participated in residencies and studio programs such as Fondazione Officine Saffi, Milan (2024 – upcoming): CASTRO Project, Rome (2021), Boghossian Foundation, Brussels (2019), Bocs Art, Cosenza (2019), Fixer, Lecce (2016) and Dena Foundation, Paris (2016).

In 2021 he was shortlisted for the second round of the Swiss Art Awards, Kiefer/Hablitzel Prize section and selected for the Biennale College Arte, Venice Art Biennale. In 2023 he has been selected the Swiss Art Awards and awarded a fellowship at the Swiss Institute of Rome for 2023/24.

Gallery exhibitions

Gaia Di Lorenzo (Rome, 1991) lives and works in Rome.  She holds a BA in Literature and Philosophy from the University of Tor Vergata and in Fine Arts, from Goldsmiths University of London.

Recent exhibitions include: 2022 – Persona, ADA, Rome, IT; PANORAMA, Italics, curated by Vincenzo De Bellis, Monopoli, IT; 2021 – Materia Nova, curated by Massimo Mininni, GAM – Galleria Arte Moderna, Rome, IT; Temmatemenetè, Una Boccata d’Arte, a project by Fondazione Elpis, in collaboration with Galleria Continua, various locations, IT. 2019 – We Contain Each Other (Breve storia di una spugna), ADA, Rome, IT. 2018 – Sitting Amongst, Jupiter Woods,  London, UK. 2017 – An Entertainment in Conversation and Verse, curated by Maria Adele Del Vecchio, Tiziana Di Caro, Naples, IT.  2016 – Goldsmiths Degree Show, London, UK.

Residencies projects include: 2021 – Forma Arts, London, UK. 2019 – Painting Workshop, Nuoro, Quadriennale di Roma.

Gaia Di Lorenzo is the founder of CASTRO, an alternative learning program in Rome and a founding member of [ArtWorkersItalia], an informal advocacy group for art workers in Italy.

Diego Gualandris (Bergamo, IT, 1993) lives and works in Rome, IT. He graduated in Painting in 2018 at the Accademia Carrara, Bergamo.

Recent solo exhibitions include: 2022 – ADA, Rome; Instituto Italiano de Cultura Ciudad de México, curated by Matteo Binci, Mexico City. 2019 – ADA, Rome. 2018 – Tile Project Space, with Riccardo Sala, Milan.

Recent group exhibitions include: 2023 – Panorama L’Aquila | ITALICS, curated by Cristiana Perrella, L’Aquila; CURA. Basement, Rome; Galerie Kandlhofer, Vienna; RETROFUTURE, curated by Luca Lo Pinto, Museo MACRO, Rome; Mai 36 Galerie, curated by Antonio Grulli, Zurich. 2022 – Proyecto Nasal, curated by Matteo Binci, Mexico City. 2021 – Fondazione Giuliani, curated by A. Drake, I. Gianni, D. Vitali, Rome; Pazzo Palazzo, Palazzo Monti, Brescia; Fondazione Imago Mundi, curated by Mattia Solari, Elisa Carollo, Treviso; Sonnenstube, Lugano. 2020 – Quadriennale d’arte 2020, curated by Sara Cosulich and Stefano Collicelli, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome. 2019 – Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Berlin. 2018 – Fondazione Baruchello, curated by Caterina Molteni, Rome;  ADA, curated by Caterina Molteni, Rome. 2017 – Altalena, Maccagno, Varese.

Residency projects include: 2022 – Instituto Italiano de Cultura, Mexico City. 2021 – Palazzo Monti, Brescia. 2019 – Castro, Rome; Painting Workshop, Nuoro, Quadriennale di Roma. 2018 – Residenza la Fornace / Autunno, Spino d’Adda. 2016 – VIR, Viafarini in residence, Milano. He has been awarded the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, NY, in 2020.

Lou Masduraud (Montpellier, FR, 1990, lives and works in Geneva, CH). She graduated at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Lyon and at the Haute école d’Art et de Design, Geneva.

Recent and upcoming solo exhibitions include: 2024 – Kunsthaus Langenthal, CH (upcoming); Institut français d’Allemagne, Berlin, DE (upcoming);  ADA, Rome, IT; Kunst Raum Riehen, Basel, CH. 2023 – MAMCO, Prix Manor, Geneva, CH. 2022 – CAN, Centre d’Art Neuchâtel, CH; May Day, Basel, CH. 2021 – La Maison Pop, Montreuil, FR.

Recent group and upcoming exhibitions include: 2024 – Villa Medici, Acádemie de France à Rome, IT (upcoming); Bally Foundation, Lugano, CH (upcoming); Kunsthal Mechelen, BEL (upcoming); FRAC Champagne Ardenne, FR (upcoming); MCBA, Lausanne, CH (upcoming); Musée des Beaux arts de La Chaux-de-Fonds, CH (upcoming). 2023 – Muzeum Susch, CH. 2022 – Istituto Svizzero, Rome, IT. 2021 – Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, FR. 2020 – Sculpture Garden Biennale, Geneva, CH. 2019 – 15ème Biennale de Lyon, FR. 2018 – Kunsthalle Basel, CH. 

Residencies include: Connect India – Arts at CERN and Pro Helvetia, Geneva, CH, Bengaluru, IN (2024); Istituto Svizzero, Rome, IT (2021 – 2022).
In 2022 she was nominated for the Swiss Art Awards as well as for 2024. In 2023 she was awarded the Geneva Manor Art Prize. In 2024 she was awarded the Swiss Art Awards, Basel, in the category of Art.

Andrea Mauti (Rome, 1999), lives and works in Marino, Rome. He graduated at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome, in 2022.

Recent and upcoming exhibitions include: 2023 – ÆND, ADA, Rome, IT (solo); Big Bang, CURA. Basement, Rome, IT; IMAGINA, XXVII Biennale d’Arte Contemporanea di Gubbio, Perugia, IT; Baraondah, curated by Gianni Politi, W, Rome, IT; Corse via su piedi di porcellana, Spazio Mensa, Rome, IT. 2022 – Collettiva #2 Monitor, Pereto, Rome, Lisbon; Scoppio Terzo, Terni, IT; sublimation_simulation, ADA, Rome, IT (solo). 2021 – Masters Salon’s paintings, in collaboration with European Academies of Fine Arts; Hétérotopie, curated by Edoardo Monti Bubble’n’Squeak, Bruxelles, BE. 2020 – Degree Show, Palazzo Monti, Brescia, IT; INSIEME, curated by Gianni Politi, group exhibition powered by MACRO, Via di Porta Labicana, Rome, IT; Back to Nature, curated by Costantino d’Orazio Villa Borghese, Rome, IT.

Residency projects include: Cité Internationale des Arts, Nuovo Grand Tour, Ministero della Cultura(2023/24), Paris, FR; Akademie der Bildenden Künste, München (2021), DE.
He has been awarded the Premio Francesco Fabbri per le Arti Contemporanee, Trevisto, IT, in the ‘Emergent Art’ section in 2023.

Anna Perach (1985, Ukraine) lives and works in London, UK. She holds an MFA in fine art (distinction) from Goldsmiths, University of London (2020).

Recent and upcoming solo exhibitions include: 2024 – Gasworks, London, UK; The Lightbox Museum, London, UK (upcoming). 2023 – ADA, Rome, IT; Almasan gallery, with Gaston Zvi Ickowicz, Jaffa, Israel. 2022 – Edel Assanti, London, UK. 2021 – Cookelatham gallery, two person show with Anousha Payne, London, UK; Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel, IL; ADA, Rome, IT.

Recent and upcoming group exhibitions include: 2024 – La Fondation Carmignac, Île de Porquerolles, FR, curated by Alona Pardo; Hayward Touring, multiple locations, UK (upcoming). 2023 – Mart, Trento, IT; Another Space, NY, curated by Juliana Mascolo; QAGOMA, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland; Arnolfini, Bristol, UK; Goldsmiths CCA, London, UK; Richard Saltoun, London, UK; Hales Gallery, London, UK; Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, curated by Marcelle Joseph, Rugby, UK. 2021 – Royal Society of Sculptors, London, UK; Vitrine gallery, Basel, CH; The Ryder Projects, Madrid, ES. 2020 – Centrale Fies, Trento, IT; Larsen Warner gallery, Stockholm, SWE; White Cube, online exhibition, London, UK. 2019 – MOSTYN, Llandudno, Wales, UK; Mimosa House, London, UK.

In 2020 she received a studio award with Sarabande, The Lee Alexander McQueen foundation as well as the Gilbert Bayes award. In the same year, Anna Perach was awarded a grant for the production of new work from Procreate Project via the Arts Council England. In 2021 she has been awarded the Ingram Prize, London and in 2022 the Carol Rama Award by Fondazione Sardi per l’Arte, Turin.

Ksenia Perek (Zgierz, PL, 1993. Lives and works in Amsterdam, NL).
She graduated from the Fine Arts department at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, NL in 2018 and studied at the Performative Art department, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Vienna, AT.

Perek treats her art performances as an artwork, equal to a painting or a sculpture. She actualises forms such as an interview, letter and a manifesto. Perek elaborates in installation, sculptural costume and free use of an electric guitar. She is interested in the anthropology of the bed as a cultural paramount for examining female narratives in performance art and related visual art.

On the occasion of her first solo exhibition, The olympic sprint with the giggle laughter #2, 2022, ADA, Rome, IT, her artwork has been presented in a medium of photography.

In her work she searches for a spectrum of possible positions of fine art and performance art towards collective (political and artistic) memory.

She is a recipient of Stipendium (Development Budget) 2024, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst. Her performance work was supported by project grants in the visual art discipline from Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst (2022 – IT IS THE WAY I LIKE IT. 2021 – PC Dreams. 2020 – XENIA) and Amarte Fonds (2021 – PC Dreams).