Daniele Milvio is born at Genoa in 1988. He studied at Liceo Classico Dante Alighieri in Rome, and then Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera en 2011.
Ettore Favini was born in Cremona, Italy in 1974. He taps the experience of listening to “minor” narratives to fuel works that map the relationship between people and their environment. Memory, both individual and collective, is often at the center of a path that moves from autobiographical sources of inspiration toward universal themes like time and existance. His works, which tend to be site-specific, are developed through a long growth process that renders them living organism, never truly finished: open-ended devices of vision in which the work partakes in life and the viewer becomes an active participant. Favini has received the Artegiovane award from the Milan and Turin Chambers of Commerce (2005) and the prestigious Premio New York from Columbia University (2007). Favini has been shortlisted for the Castello di Rivoli prize (2009), and shared the 48th Premio Suzzara (2013) with Antonio Rovaldi, NCTM Art Avard (2017). He has shown his work, among others, at the Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Villa Croce, Genoa; MAN – Museo d’Arte della Provincia di Nuoro; Italian Academy of Columbia University, New York; ISCP, New York; Ocat, Shanghai; SongEun Art Space, Seoul; Italian Cultural Institute, Tirana; Centre for Contemporary Art Futura, Prague; Manifesta 9 Parallel Events, Genk; Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin; Villa Panza, Varese; GAM, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Milan; PAC, Milan; MAGA, Gallarate; Santa Maria Maggiore, Bergamo; CCC Strozzina, Florence; Villa Medici, Accademia di Francia, Rome; Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Rome; American Academy, Rome; Fondazione Olivetti, Rome; Museo Riso, Palermo.
He is currently on the Visual Arts faculty of NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belli Arti in Milan and Accademia di Belle Arti G. Carrara Bergamo.
Alfredo Rodriguez is born at Madrid in 1976, where is still living and working. Alfredo considers his work as a research about photography and its processes. This results in a work that questions the ways of obtaining the image, emphasizingthe concept of photography as a single object. He tries to provide a physical history to his works by interleaving multiple processes between obtaining an image and the final result as an object. This is related to the idea of an object containing memories moving through time, and it effects in the perception of the image. He is focusing now in developing self-made photographic processes by researching the History of photography from its birth until now. He started in photography at Art School 10 and specialized in the history of photographic processes at ESCRBC in Madrid.
Stefano Serretta is a visual artist born in Genoa in 1987. He currently lives and works in Milan. After studying in Modern and Contemporary History he specialized in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan, where he was assistant professor to the Public Art course. His research reflects on the nature of power systems and the mechanisms for removing productive systems. Through analytical voyeurism, he points out the contradictory and schizophrenic sides of a post ideological present.
Peter Tomka is born at Des Moines, Iowa, USA. He’s currently living and working in Los Angeles, California. Tomka's work spans across photography, installation, performance, and painting. Tomka has exhibited at Chimento
Contemporary, Human Resources and performed alongside EJ Hill during the 2017 Venice Biennial at the Future Generation Prize Palazzo. Tomka is currently a 2020 Museum of Fine Arts candidate from the University of California Riverside and holds a BA from the University of Iowa in 2011.
Eduardo Navarro (born 1979 in Buenos Aires) is a contemporary Argentinian artist. He lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since 2002, he has worked in various environments, not sculpture, collage, performance and installation.
Eduardo Navarro settled in the legal, spiritual, scientific, medical and archaeological environments and relies on a series of discussions and exchanges within these groups and in their context. In a video he created for the Society of the Americas exhibition, "From Confrontation to Intimity", in 2007 to the Society of the Americas in New York, he is an "infiltrates" a group of artists from New Age Street.
The projects of Navarro are very varied. At the launch of a five-month educational program in concert with the 9th Mercosul Bienal, Eduardo Navarro a message a telepathic message from his house in Buenos Aires to those who wanted to receive it who attended a conference on curiosity at the Biannual.
Born on 11 March 1969 in Törökszentmiklós, he attended primary and secondary school there. At the age of 19 he meditated on what he should do in his life. He liked to take books at random, and thought that it might be he who would send him a mess. Like a thunderbolt, his relationship with art was formed. He came across a publication full of statues and felt immediately that this was what he had to do. He moved to Budapest to work in a bronze foundry. A few years later, he passed the entrance exam at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. There he met Professor István Bencsik who had taught at the Faculty of Art at the University of Pécs. He followed him and finished his studies there. "He filled the statues of my experiences, of my lived feelings, thus, I become empty, giving way to impressions, new impulses."