Monica Mazzone

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Monica Mazzone (Milan, 1984) is an Italian visual artist, lives and works between Milan and New York. She received her MFA from Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan and later from Design European Institute IED.

Many private and public venues, in Italy and abroad, exhibited her works and she has curatorial projects and participations in prizes and international residencies to her credit.

She is a member of the Art magazine E IL TOPO and she is also Professor of Chromatology at Aldo Galli Academy of Fine Arts – Como.

Recent solo and group exhibitions include: NARS Foundation New York, MASS MoCA North Adams, Contemporary Cluster Rome, Temporaneo Navile Museum Bologna, Manuel Zoia Gallery Verona–Milan, Index Art Center Newark, Lac o le Mon Foundation Lecce, Sannio Contemporary Art Museum Benevento, La rada Foundation for Contemporary Art Locarno, The Border New York, Palazzo Reale Milan, Studio Maraniello Milan, Mars Milan, Giuseppe Pero Gallery Milan, Arthur Cravan Foundation Milan, Fabbrica del Vapore Milan, Merkur Gallery Istanbul, Bandera Art Foundation Busto Arsizio, Palazzo Isimbardi Milan, Palazzo Lombardia Milan, Museum of Contemporary Art Lissone, riss(e) Varese , International Museum of Ceramic Laveno, Villa Contemporanea Monza, Palazzo Re Giulianova, Spazio Thetis Arsenale Venice, Satzyor Gallery Budapest.