Fabrizio Bellomo (Bari, Italy, 1982) lives and works in Bari. Multidisciplinary artist, curator, writer and director, he carries out his research in a hybrid and experimental way. He works with archival and historical materials, video and installations. His art switches from the real world to digital. His works have been exhibited in solo and group shows, through public projects, film festivals and presentations, such as “Arcipelago Italia. Projects for the future of the country’s internal territories” – Italian Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, “About a City 2019” at the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation in Milan, “Meccanici mo” at the KCB Kulturni Centar Beograda, “Talent Prize 2017” at the MACRO Contemporary Art Museum Rome, “plat (t) form 2015” at the Fotomuseum Winterthur, “Unseen 2019” in Amsterdam, “Teati i Gjelberimit” at the Galeria FAB in Tirana, “Erosioni” at the Fundació Enric Miralles in Barcelona, “ArtAr und” at the MuFoCo Museum of Contemporary Photography, “Milano, un minuto prima” at the Forma Foundation for photography, “REcall – Re-appropriation of the archaeological landscape of the European conflict” at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin, “55° Festival dei Popoli di Firenze”, “34th Cinemed – Festival International du Cinéma Méditerranéen de Montpellier”, “RaiTunes” Rai Radio2. His work has been included in international essays, such as “The Body of Solidarity: Heritage, Memory and Materiality in Post-Industrial Italy” in Comparative Studies in Society and History, Cambridge University Press – Cambridge 2017, and “Luogo e identità nella fotografia italiana contemporanea”, Einaudi, Turin 2013. In the last two years, he has written regularly on la Repubblica (Apulia edition) and has collaborated with Artribune and ZERO. His latest books are “Meridiani, paralleli e pixel. La griglia come medium ricorrente”, postmedia books, Milan, and “Villaggio Cavatrulli”, Centro DI, Florence.


OPR Gallery // Fabrizio Bellomo
Fabrizio Belomo, Collage Villaggio Cavatrulli, 2010-2019, print on photographic paper, 52x105 cm, ed. 1/3