Stefano Cagol

Stefano Cagol is an Italian contemporary artist. He graduated from the Brera Academy in Milan and received a post-doctoral fellowship from the Government of Canada at Ryerson University in Toronto. He is Italian Council 2019 award-winning artist and awards include the Visit of E.ON Foundation (DE) and the Terna for Contemporary Art (IT), he works in the fields of Video Art, Conceptual Art, Environmental Art, Eco Art and Land Art, reflecting for years on borders, viruses, flags and climate issues.

He has had solo solo shows such as the CCA Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv (2021), MA*GA Museum (2019), Galleria Civica, Trento (2016), CLB Berlin (2015), ZKM Karlsruhe (2012), Mart Museum (2000), and took part in the 14th Curitiba Biennale (2019), 2nd OFF Biennale Cairo (2018), Manifesta 11 (2016), 1st Xinjiang Biennale (2014), 55th Venice Biennale (2013), Barents Art Triennale (2013), and 1st Singapore Biennale (2006). He realized large scale time-based installations at Manifesta 12 in Palermo on the façade of the monastery in piazza Magione, on the main façade of the Royal Palace in Caserta and at the German Ministry of Environment in Berlin in the exhibition for the COP23, the UN climate change conference. He did lectures at the Bauhaus University in Weimar and the Goldsmiths University in London, among others. He is based in the Dolomites (IT).

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