September 24, 2022, at 7:00 PM, Deborah Martino, Alessandro Manfrin, Maria Vittoria Cavazzana, Marco Sgarbossa

On September 24, 2022, at 7:00 PM, Platea | Palazzo Galeano presents Deborah Martino, Alessandro Manfrin, Maria Vittoria Cavazzana, and Marco Sgarbossa, four emerging artists coordinated by Giulia Menegale. They are the protagonists of four solo exhibitions that started with Deborah Martino's "Piccolo Celeste" in June and will continue to enliven Platea until the end of the year.

These four emerging artists will be introduced to the public during a special event designed to delve into their artistic practices and explore the themes that connect their four contributions.

The conversation will be led by artist Luca Trevisani, invited by Platea as the "guardian spirit" of these emerging artists. Luca Trevisani has been the focus of solo exhibitions and is the author of the intervention "Notes For Dried and Living Bodies in Corso Umberto," presented in collaboration with Pinksummer Contemporary Art of Genoa at Platea last April. Also present will be artistic director Carlo Orsini and coordination curator Giulia Menegale.

Luca Trevisani
Luca Trevisani (born in Verona in 1979) is a multidisciplinary artist whose work has been exhibited internationally in museums and institutions such as the Biennale of Sydney, Manifesta 7, Venice Biennale of Architecture, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Kunsthalle Wien, Kunstverein Braunschweig, ZKM Karlsruhe, Magasin, Grenoble, MAXXI Rome. Trevisani has received prestigious awards, including the Furla Prize for Art, the New York Prize, Italian Council, and Cantica21. He has written for art magazines and newspapers, both national and international, and has authored several books.

Giulia Menegale
Giulia Menegale is an independent curator and researcher. She completed a master's degree in Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths, University of London, in 2020, and a bachelor's degree in Multimedia Arts at Iuav (University of Architecture of Venice) in 2018. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in Museum Studies at IMT Lucca. Menegale has collaborated as a curatorial and editorial assistant and researcher with various institutions. She is a curator fellow at CuratorLab in Stockholm for the 2022-23 edition and is currently collaborating with yiné, an independent Brazilian publishing house, on an art and theory book series.