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Roberto Cuoghi

Winter 2022 / 2023

Following international acclaim for Roberto Cuoghi’s work at the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (2017), the Centre d’Art Contemporain in Geneva (2017), the MADRE Museo d’arte contemporanea Donnaregina in Naples (2017), and the DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art on Hydra (2016), the Fridericianum will present the first solo exhibition devoted to this artist in Germany. The show features five central groups of works from a creative period spanning the last ten years, making it possible to experience the complexity and uniqueness of the artist’s practice. Born in Modena in 1973 and living in Milan, Cuoghi works across diverse forms of expression and reflects this multifariousness through an engagement with a wide variety of issues and themes, which range from reflections on art production and the dark side of unrestricted consumer culture through to the recurring disasters of humanity.

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