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Danilo Correale, They Will Say I Killed Them, 2018, film still,  Courtesy The Artist & Careof

Danilo Correale:
They will say I killed them

A major new film commission by Italian artist Danilo Correale.


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Date: 19 Jul 2019 - 13 Oct 2019
Time: 11am - 5pm, 7 days a week
Space: Upper Gallery
Price: Free admission

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About the Artist

Danilo Correale

Danilo Correale is an artist and researcher born in 1982 Naples, Italy, he lives and works in New York and Napoli. Danilo Correale received his MFA in Visual art and Curatorial Studies from NABA, Milano, IT, and has been awarded by a Research Affiliate Fellowship at Columbia University NY in 2017. He has been part of Skowhegan, school of painting and sculpture among many other residency and grant program in EU and USA.

Meet the Curator

Martina Angelotti

Martina Angelotti is a curator and art writer, she works on projects and exhibitions related to the disciplines of public and participatory art, moving images and performance. Since 2014 she is artistic director of Careof, a non profit organization for contemporary art based in Milan.

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