Vincenzo Scolamiero

Vincenzo Scolamiero

Vincenzo Scolamiero teaches painting at the Department of Visual Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, where he lives and works.

His works are held in important public and private collections.
His first solo exhibition was held in 1987 at the historic Al Ferro di Cavallo gallery in Rome,

and in 1992, Maurizio Calvesi presented a solo exhibition at the Galleria de'serpenti in Rome.

In 1996, he had a solo exhibition at the Galleria Edieuropa Qui arte contemporanea, presented by Lorenza Trucchi.
He subsequently exhibited in major national and international spaces, including Rome (as well as several private galleries, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Chiostro del Bramante, Gam, Macro), Milan, Venice, Bologna, Turin, Rimini, Treviso, New York, Seoul, Busan, Beijing, Fenghuang.
He took part in the Rome Quadriennale (1996), the Venice Biennale (2011) and won the LXV edition of the Michetti Prize (2014).

In 2010, together with the poet Milo De Angelis, he produced 12 one-piece book-works: Un finale d'assedio, for the Pandolfini editions in Rome.
In 2017, he collaborated with composer Silvia Colasanti, curating video-scenographs and images for the frontispiece and booklet of the Requiem Stringeranno nei pugni una cometa, produced for the Spoleto Festival, and again in 2017, he produced, 'a quattro mani' with the composer, seven score-books in unique pieces, on her Quartetto d'Archi Ogni cosa ad ogni cosa ha detto addio, for Eos-Libri d'Artista di Piero Varroni Editions in Rome.

Of particular note is his solo exhibition in 2019 at the Museo Carlo Bilotti in Rome entitled La declinante ombra, curated by Gabriele Simongini (Cat. De Luca) and his solo exhibition in 2021/22 Del silenzio e della trasparenza at the Palazzo Pubblico in Siena - Magazzini del Sale and at the Fondazione Accademia Musicale Chigiana, curated by the Comune di Siena Assessorato alla Cultura and Inner Room Siena (Cat. De Luca).

In May 2022 he is the protagonist of one of the conversations of Critical Tuesdays, by Alberto Dambruoso with Roberto Gramiccia and Gabriele Simongini.

In 2023, his solo exhibition Di terra, acqua e vento was inaugurated at the Museo Nazionale Etrusco Rocca di Albornoz in Viterbo, curated by Francesca Bottari and Stefano Petrocchi.

He collaborated with the art critic Roberto Gramiccia starting with his curation of the exhibitions 'L'osteria dei pittori' exhibited in Rome at the Galleria La nuova pesa and later at Palazzo Rospigliosi in Zagarolo, followed by the exhibition 'La crociata dei bambini' at Villa Lazzaroni in Rome in 2022-'23.

Artist updated on May, 21 2024 - 23:00