with Arcade, London
DAMA, Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana, Torino
The project respond to the Baroque architecture of the space colonising it via contrasts with Wallbank's papier-mâche monumental sculpture.
Doing It In Public
Beaconsfield Gallery, London
An exhibition about post-industrial society with specific focus on the context of the Nine Elms, one of Europe’s biggest regeneration zones.
Eutopia: L'Europa come corpo Complesso
Fusion Gallery, Turin
Renzo Marasca uses painting to reasons on ideologies and recent changes in Europe.
Acqua Aura: The Hidden Project
IIC Italian Institute of Culture and Galería H20, Barcelona
A show challenging the audience experimenting on new possibilities of display.
Philip Hui Kim Ho
Red Elation Gallery, Hong Kong
Solo show of the young Hong Kong painter depicting adventures in nature between tradition and fantasy.
Neon Curatorial Exchange
Programme and award for young curators in UK and Greece organised by NEON Foundation, Athens, and Whitechapel Gallery, London in collaboration with Dimitris Daskalopoulos's
Back to the Future: Can new art practices arise from curating archives?
Paper presented during the symposium 'Institutions and Archives' at Royal Festival Hall, London. Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Art and Royal College of Art.
Renzo Marasca: Studio 13.2
Piramidón Centre d'Art Contemporani, Barcelona
Realised during Renzo Marasca's residency in Barcelona, the project re-elaborates the city landscape and the connection of its elements.
Her/Story: Women Behind the Camera
An exchange project between Norway and Spain about feminine identity in the two contry. The project consisted of workshops, filmed conversations and exhibitions in various locations of Oslo, Barcelona and Madrid.
2013 - 2014
Why Don't Curators Like Art?
dissertation for the MA in Curating Contemporary Art, Royal College of Art, London
A reflection on cultural policy and instrumentalisation of art and curatorial practices.
We Exist: Self-Portraits in Prison
Online exhibition documenting the participative project of Cristina Nuñez with a group of students of the Oslo Fotokunstskole and groups of inmates of three Norwegian prisons: Bredtveit, Ila and Ullersmo.
MACBA Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona
Research fellowship at the MACBA to research on Catalan contemporary art, with
special references to how political events influenced art practices from the Spanish Civil War onwards.
Cristina Nuñez: Someone To Love
Boiler Room, Oslo
Images forming a sort of "lifeline" and a video portray the artists and her family, investigating the relationships with and among them.