Jacopo Miliani

Florence, 1979

Deserto, 2017 Film Still Video 6’09’’ Color, Sound

Deserto, 2017 Film Still Video 6’09’’ Color, Sound

Il conto, 2017 Performance Performer: Oskar Hartmann Photo: Sara Scanderebech

Sensu Hinge, 2017 Performance Performer: Liu Jun Mei Photo: Sara Scanderebech

Mon Ami Pierrot Mon Ami, 2017 Performance Performers: Gian Maria Borzillo, Ruggero Griffini, Alessandro Simonini Photo: Sara Scanderebech

Male Male Malen, 2017 Installation view at Marselleria, Milan Photo: Sara Scanderebech

Pierrot Mon Ami, 2017 Acrylic on canvas (diameter 30cm) and photo 18x24 cm Photo: Sara Scanderebech

Jacopo Miliani and Antonietta Federici Miliani Gin Tonic, 2017 Acrylic on canvas and gin tonic on silk (30x40 each) Photo: Sara Scanderebech

Burning Desire, 2016 Installation view at La Plage, Paris

A slow dance without name, 2016 Installation view and performance at Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon Dancer: Antonio Torres Photo: Bruno Lopes

Language is a dancer, 2016 Screen of MDF 150x180 cm Photo: Bruno Lopes

A slow dance without name, 2016 Score of the performance Contact test 20x30 cm

Faggots, 2016 Photograph 60x90 cm

Voyeur, 2016 Resin and book (variable dimensions)

Not with a bang, 2015 Resin and marble (variable dimensions)

Lie, 2016 Installation view at Base, Florence

Lie, 2016 Performance at Base, Florence

Jacopo Miliani born in Florence, he lives and works in Milan.

The work of Jacopo Miliani is based on an interdisciplinary research involving different practices such as installation, performance, collage, photography; within a methodology that produce works whose comprehension is suspended on different levels of interpretation.

Solo exhibitions include: Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon (2016), Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona (2016), ICA studio, London (2015), GAM, Turin  (2013), EX3, Florence (2012) and the exhibitions at Studio Dabbeni in Lugano (2015 e 2010) and FRUTTA gallery in Rome (2012 e 2014). He realized several performances including: Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2017), David Roberts Art Foundation, London (2016-2012), Fondazione Giuliani, Rome (2015), Museum of Dance, Stockholm (2014), CCSP, Sao Paulo (2014), ViaFarini/DOCVA, Milan (2014), MADRE,  Naples (2011).

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