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Virginia Dal Magro, born in 1994 in Milan, is currently attending the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera where she just completed her bachelors in Fine Arts and will be specialising in printmaking at masters level.

2018

  • Menotrenta, curated by Renato Galbusera, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano
  • Unione Confcommercio Prize, EX-CHANGES territori del possibile, curated by Maria Cristina Galli, Sale dell’Arte di Palazzo Bovara, Milano
  • 10 anni di furori, Gli Eroici Furori gallery, Milano
  • NOPLACE, Ex ceramica Vaccari, Santo Stefano di Magra (SP)

2017

  • Ottobre, memoria di un secolo, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano
  • 10x10 per, curated by OUT44, Davide Gallo gallery, Milano
  • Artistic residency at Kubik Miroslava Art Gallery a Litomyšl (CZ), and exhibition GRAFT, curated by Marcello Farabegoli and Richard Adam
  • Mirror Face to Face, international printmaking exhibition at Qu. Bi Gallery, Vicenza e Association of Estonian Printmakers, Tallinn
  • Zureta, Geidai Academy, Tokyo
  • Salad Days, curated by Brera Academy of Fine Arts, 12 Star Gallery, Europe House, London
  • Spazi Altri, Art Gallery, Milano
  • Winner of Brera-Bicocca Prize, Milano
  • Founder of spazioSERRA, a non-pro t exhibition space situated in Lancetti railway station

2016

  • Finalist at Premio Parigi, Florence
  • Finalist at Premio Morlotti, Imbersago (LC)
  • 57° Premio Internazionale Bugatti-Segantini, curated by OUT 44, Villa Vertua, Nova Milanese, (MI)
  • Monocrono, curated by Vincenzo Argentieri, GAR, Repubblica railway station, Milano
  • Menotrenta, curated by Vincenzo Argentieri, Castello Visconteo di Abbiategrasso
  • Grammelot, MACRO Testaccio, Rome
  • Doppelgänger: il ritratto svelato, curated by Laura Ghirlandetti e Erika Lacava, Zoia Gallery&Lab, Milano

2015

  • Pozzo dei Goti in Arte, curated by collettivo Flock, Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto
  • Finalist at Paolina Brugnatelli Prize, curated by Anna Tüdős, exhibition at Budapest Academy of Fine Arts
  • Lavoro, Cibo per l’anima, work food for the soul, curated by Italo Chiodi, ex chiesa della Maddalena, Bergamo