Scala Roberto

Scala Roberto

Milano, MILANO, Italy

About Scala Roberto

Biography
Roberto Scala born in Sorrento lived and work in Milan Italy contact on robertoscala@inwind.it , in 1992 graduated from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, under the guidance of Luciano Fabro, Bruno Benuzzi and Diego Esposito. He currently lives and works in Milan.
Posted in the archive of Careof and Viafarini
He has participated more than 1600 international exhibitions of Mail Art, Visual Poetry, Postal Art, Fluxus event, Artist Books, Artist Stamps, Artist Stamps, Installations, Performance, Body Art, Street Art, Photography, Painting, Sculpture , E-mail Art and Video Art.
Between 1990 and 1996 he collaborated and worked at the Mudima Foundation in Milan; directed by Gino di Maggio as responsible for the setting up and installation of the works of the artists: Ben Patterson, Ben Vautier, Diego Esposito, Nam June Paik, Imai, Rainer Wittenborn, Shigeko Kubota, Takako Saito, Kyu Sun Lee, Helmut Schober, Wolf Vostell, Philip Corner, Lee Ufan, Egon Zippel and Lucio Cerioli.

Education

Roberto Scala was bom in Sorrento (NA). Degree at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan in 1992, live between Milan and London Islington College.,live and work in Milano Italy
Biografia Roberto Scala was bom in Sorrento (NA) Italy. Degree at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan in 1992, live in Milano. Email robertoscala@inwind.it Web Site: http.//www.artonline.it

Events

2021 Bau contenitore d'arte contemporanea Viareggio Italy 2020 Postcards From the Edge HOST GALLERY: Bortolami, 39 Walker Street, Tribeca New York USA
2019 Happy Birthday 49+1 international mail art Exhibition Milan Italy, Libreria Bocca Segna libri international exhibition Milan Italy
The book of death Droitwich Mail Art New York USA.

2018 LINEADARTE OFFICINA CREATIVA th e book of art Napoli, Italy
2017 500 ANGELI DALLA IGLESIA DE LOS ANGELES IN ARGENTINA ALLA REGGIA DI MONZA Italy
Venice Biennal Pavilion Tibet Curator Ruggero Maggi Venice Italy
London Biennale 2006 and next 2008 .to indipended of liverpool biennale 2006 Liverpool UK.The four international film video festival Detroit U.S.A.2007Artpool Art Research Center, H -1277 Budapest 23, Pf.52, Hungary / project@artpool.huapril 2007 recollection.

Exhibitions

2021 Bau container of contemporary art Viareggio Italy
2020 Museo Madre Naples anti Covid 19. The international exhibitions documented with the most significant publications are:
2018 From the Iglesia de los Angeles in Argentina to the Serrone della Reggia di Monza 500 angels & artists from 6 dec. 17 to 21 Jan 18. 2017 Tibet Curator Pavilion Ruggero Maggi and tribute to Dalai Lama, Palazzo Zenobio Venice. Di Vino Celeste curator T. Baracchi and G. Da Lio, Mestre, Venice.
2016 Imago Mundi, Visual Poetry collection by Luciano Benetton curated by Sarenco, Milan. Visconteo Castle, Spirituality and Art as food for the mind and soul, Pavia.
2015 Biennial of the artist book III edition, PAN - Palace of the Arts in Naples. Tibet Pavilion, conceived and curated by Ruggero Maggi Santa Marta Congressi - Spazio Porto, Venice. 2014 Postcard from the edge, Visual AIDS, New York, U.S.A. Mube Museum project "Cup Cake" Sao Paulo, Brasil. The G. A. Cavellini 1914-2014 centenary of Artistamps Archive, an event curated by Vittore Baroni, Viareggio and Brescia. Mail Art Book, Ex Postal Facto curator Jennie Hinchcliff, & John Held Jr. San Francisco, U.S.A. Mart di Rovereto presentation of the archive of Lorenzo Lome Menguzzato on March 21, 2014 2013 Manifesto Brut, Curator Rino Telaro, Magma Museum, Roccamorfina, Caserta. Parallel event of the 55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, from 01/06/2013 to 07/09/2013 Tibet Pavilion, project curated by Ruggero Maggi, Santa Marta Congressi, Spazio Porto, Venice.
2012 February Flash Art Italy 2012 special "All Cattelan" n ° 299 page 79. Interview with Maurizio Cattelan 2004 n ° 247, Flash art Italy n ° 299, 2012.
Italian Pavilion at the 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, Turin Exhibition Palace Sala Nervi - Corso Massimo D'Azeglio 15 / b from 17/12/2011 to 28/02/2012 Tibet Pavilion Curated by Ruggero Maggi invited Hon. Prof. Vittorio Sgarbi. Turin. www.ruggeromaggi.it www.padiglionetibet.it www.camera312.it
2011 Mube Museum Toy Robot, curator Ferrara, Brasilia, Brasil. "Magic Mountain Forest", www.boscodeipoeti.it, Trento. "My everyday object", The Steam Factory, Polifemo project, Milan. Kaunas Biennial Lithuania homage to George Maciunas, Lithuania.
2010 Souvenir d'Italie. A non profit Art Story. VIAFARINI Space Association, catalog Ed. Mousse, pag. 33, 1991 together with Maurizio Cattelan, Milan. Faab Skib (r) September - South’s International Art Biennal Stockholm Sweden. curator Gustavo Aguerre www.fa-art.pp.se, catalog together with Maurizio Cattelan and Damien Hirts.
Limite, Scambio, Segno, Mail Art Call Portoguaro, Museo nazionale Concordiese. (VE).
2009 “World Pavilion” Garage n°3 Mestre, Venezia, dentro fuori Biennale.
Blumare Club Dripping Performance Sorrento (NA) 17 Agosto 2009 Galleria Raffaele Celentano. 2008 Galleria Limited, progetto “ Mix - up”, Milano.
Room Arte Contemporanea in Via Stoppani 15, collettiva degli artisti della galleria, diretta da Carlo Lioce, Milano. Studio 2B Boggi-Arte, Centro Internazionale Arti Visive, “1909 – 2009 Futurismo, Avanguardia delle Avanguardie”. Curator Lorenzo Boggi, 20 feb. – 20 mar. Bergamo.
2007 Rassegna dell'Acqua- La "CHIENA"- Ediz. 2007 Campagna (Sa). 2006 4th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius, gallery “Arka” Lithuania 05/12 – 24/12 2006 Contempoary Art Centre, Vilnius , Lietuva. C.N.F. + www.arts.lt 4° mostra internazionale del libro d’artista presso il Museo St. Sthevan di Budapest in Ungheria. 13 x 17 www.padiglioneitalia, Museo Michetti, Francavilla al Mare . 13 x 17. Chiesa San Severe al Pendino Napoli 13 x 17 Politecnico di Milano, Bovisa, Milano. Teatro del Nuovo Montevergini, Palermo. 2005 Progetto “Size” presso il complesso Museale di San Francesco di Borgo Trevi (Perugia) curato da Guglielmo di Mauro. 51° Biennale Internazionale di Venezia, Isola della Poesia, Curatore Achille Bonito Oliva, progetto di Marco Nereo Rotelli, evento on line di Caterina Davinio. Blog on Rimbaud a cura di M. Licita e C. Fatigoni, Museo Castello di Rivara Turin.