Podcast – Season 2

Mappa d'artista - Season 2

Mappa d'artista
Mappa d'artista
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The second season of the APTITUDEfortheart podcast, Artist’s Map, is back. Here to speak are women – artists, curators, gallery owners, collectors. Women who tell us about their journey in the art world through five specific places, five fixed points in the glowing mass that is creativity.

Mappa d’artista is a podcast designed and hosted by Francesca Filiasi for APTITUDEforthearts-.

Producer Lucrezia Ponzano

Postproduction audio Dario Forlani 

Music by @Musicscreen

Episodes

Flavia Lo Chiatto was born in Rome into a family that immediately introduced her to art and then came to Turin, where she began working at Artissima, one of the most important contemporary art fairs in the world. Today she is head of the VIP Department at Miart in Milan, in contact with major collectors and international artists. But still with a special eye for those performance experiences that bring art closer to small Italian municipalities.

It was French artists that sparked Paola Nicolin‘s love for art, and she is now a curator. From Provence at the Maeght Foundation, passing through New York and Venice, for years Paola has landed in Milan where she is a lecturer at Bocconi University and where she has collaborated with the City Council for many events . And always dealing with art, indeed, “curating” art, today she is also in Piacenza where she is artistic director of XNL Arte.

Two women, one artistic world: that is the world of Goldschmied & Chiari, who since meeting in Rome, hanging out with the same cyber feminist group, have been going their separate ways together. From Rome they arrived in Milan, in their new studio, passing through the Venice and Malta Biennales. Today they have a great desire: that their art can leave for space, on a probe, to be part of an immense stellar archive.

Laura Lamonea started from her classical studies of art history in Naples, the Capodimonte Museum is still a special place for her. But then her work as a curator led her to want to know places that are not special at all, sometimes even abandoned. As the organizer of the Video Sound Art Festival in Milan, today Laura has chosen to bring art to spaces that the community actually lives in, such as schools, basements, scientific and sports venues, making them unexpectedly wonderful, incredibly special.

Bianca Pucciarelli began exhibiting her work in the 1970s, when women’s works were not even considered. So she came up with the name Tomaso Binga so she could have a voice, and since then she has helped rewrite the ABCs of 20th-century Italian art, starting with her alphabet mimicked with her body. Bianca has worked mostly with writing, which in her art becomes a real living being that never dies, but always evolves.

Since childhood Maria Bassi has breathed art, starting with that first Duccio di Boninsegna exhibition in Siena. It is no coincidence that one of her favorite places is at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the room dedicated to Giuseppe Penone’s work “Breathing the Shadow.” Of her work at the Minini Gallery in Brescia, Maria tells us about the value of exchange, because often when you try to explain a work, there is always a question on the other side that calls everything into question.

For Coquelicot Mafille, nature is the content and envelope of art, a place where humans do not interfere, as in primeval forests. Yet as an artist Coquelicot works in cities, paints in public spaces, wants to affect the civic fabric of the places she inhabits. Perhaps it is because she is fascinated by artifacts, by all that humans in past civilizations have produced with care, grace and delicacy to improve the lives of all.

 

As a Lecturer in Contemporary Art History at La Sapienza University in Rome, Raffaella Perna has had a great privilege, that of frequenting artists’ studios and ateliers where art can be seen in the making. Especially the photographic studios: a great scholar of feminist photography, it is in those places that, for Raffaella Perna, female identity and the female body have gained a fundamental role in the redefinition of contemporary art.

 

 

For Isabella Ducrot, nothing that happened to her was planned. It was not planned to become an artist, to become famous at the age of ninety, to be exhibited in New York and Dubai, to write books. Between the warp and woof of her life, the breath of art came in, allowing her to transform the fabrics accumulated over years of traveling around the world into scraps of light, tactile, luminous works.

 

Is Alice Pasquini‘s art an ephemeral art? If its destiny is to evolve with the city, with the passage of people and time then perhaps yes, where ephemeral simply has the meaning of transitory. But his workplaces are the walls, more solid and alive than any canvas. His street art contains all the romance of a city that from abandoned is rediscovered, reused, re-loved. An art that adds stories to existing stories.

 

Sofia Uslenghi has traveled thousands of miles: from Calabria where she was born, to Vienna where the works of Egon Schiele moved her heart, and then to Milan where she stopped. But it is within herself that her most intense journey has taken place over the years, through an investigation that led her to choose photography as the tool to find not only her artistic language but, through self-portraiture, also peace with her body.

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In the last century, a female lexicon has emerged in art that is changing its physiognomy. But what lexicon? How do we talk about art and women in new ways? Aptitudeforthearts, the association that supports women’s artistic research, has tried to do so by creating a series of podcasts where they tell us about themselves. In Mappa d’artista, women working in the art world, whether they are artists, gallery owners, or collectors, retrace their journey by fixing some key places in their growth, places that tell us about their passions, choices, and desires. Twelve episodes that reveal how much the female art world is traversed by effervescent, often inspired, almost always courageous creativity.

Mappa d’artista is a podcast designed and hosted by Francesca Filiasi for APTITUDEforthearts-. 

Producer Lucrezia Ponzano

Postproduction audio Dario Forlani 

Music by @Musicscreen

Next episode: 29 December 2022
Artist Silvia Bigi travels among imaginary cities, flights in the clouds, forests and prehistoric quarries. Hers is an Artist’s Map that winds almost more between suggestions and memories than between real places.
Mappa d'artista
Mappa d'artista
La curiosità che muove il mondo
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The collector Nicole Saikalis Bay, creator of the WeArtWalks project takes us from Lebanon where she was born to Paris and London. Then she strolled through the Engadine until arriving in Milan where today she takes care of her collection together with her husband.
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Mappa d'artista
L’emozione del rapporto fisico e visivo con l’opera d’arte
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Gallery owner Chiara Tiberio talks to us about Ferrara where she saw the first exhibition that really struck her, Rome and New York, cities that helped shape her, and Bologna where she now runs an important gallery.
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Mappa d'artista
Distruzione e ricostruzione di un’artista
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Loredana Longo, the artist famous for her “Explosions” series of works, recounts the journey from her beloved Sicily to Milan, where she now lives and works, via Tuscany, Picasso’s Spain and the Greece of the ancient kuoros.

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Description

In the last century, a female lexicon has emerged in art that is changing its physiognomy. But what lexicon? How do we talk about art and women in new ways? Aptitudeforthearts, the association that supports women’s artistic research, has tried to do so by creating a series of podcasts where they tell us about themselves. In Mappa d’artista, women working in the art world, whether they are artists, gallery owners, or collectors, retrace their journey by fixing some key places in their growth, places that tell us about their passions, choices, and desires. Twelve episodes that reveal how much the female art world is traversed by effervescent, often inspired, almost always courageous creativity.

Mappa d’artista is a podcast designed and hosted by Francesca Filiasi for APTITUDEforthearts-.

Producer Lucrezia Ponzano

Postproduction audio Dario Forlani  

Music by @Musicscreen

Next episode: 29 December 2022
Artist Silvia Bigi travels among imaginary cities, flights in the clouds, forests and prehistoric quarries. Hers is an Artist’s Map that winds almost more between suggestions and memories than between real places.
Mappa d'artista
Mappa d'artista
La curiosità che muove il mondo
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The collector Nicole Saikalis Bay, creator of the WeArtWalks project takes us from Lebanon where she was born to Paris and London. Then she strolled through the Engadine until arriving in Milan where today she takes care of her collection together with her husband.
Mappa d'artista
Mappa d'artista
L’emozione del rapporto fisico e visivo con l’opera d’arte
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Gallery owner Chiara Tiberio talks to us about Ferrara where she saw the first exhibition that really struck her, Rome and New York, cities that helped shape her, and Bologna where she now runs an important gallery.
Mappa d'artista
Mappa d'artista
Distruzione e ricostruzione di un’artista
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Loredana Longo, the artist famous for her “Explosions” series of works, recounts the journey from her beloved Sicily to Milan, where she now lives and works, via Tuscany, Picasso’s Spain and the Greece of the ancient kuoros.