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Panel Talk at Shanghai Center of Photography (SCoP) with Italian Artist Giovanni Ozzola: A Talk on Art at a Time like This

Moderated by Karen Smith, artistic director of SCoP, Italian artist Giovanni Ozzola will discuss with Andrew Ruff and Raffaella Gallo about his art practice and the challenges of organizing an exhibition remotely in light of current travel restrictions.

At the end of the talk, the panelists will then engage in a Q&A session with the audience.

26/02/2022, 5:30 – 7:00PM

*Event in English*

*Registration required*

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About the panelists

Giovanni Ozzola (1982) is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, as well as video and sculptural installation. Ozzola’s practice demonstrates a deep sensitivity towards the phenomenon of light and its various physical characteristics. His main thematic interests lie in conceptualising and representing infinitude and exploration, both geographical and introspective. Born in Florence, Ozzola now lives and works in the Canary Islands.

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A selection of his most recent solo shows includes “Octillion” (Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, 2019); “Sin Tiempo” (Galleria Continua, Les Moulins, Boissy le Chatel, 2019); “If I Had to Explain, You Wouldn’t Understand” (Fosun Foundation Shanghai, 2019): “Algo Tuyo y Mío” (Centro Foundacion UNICAJA, Malaga 2018 and Almeria 2019): “Rutas de Sangre” (Claustros del convento de San Francisco de Asis, Basilica Menor, Havana, 2018); “Relitti e camere con stelle”, curated by Davide Ferri (Untitled Association-Lynchen, Berlin, 2017); “Fallen Blossoms – Whispering” (Galleria Continua, 798, Beijing, 2017); “Adrift” (District 6 Museum, Cape Town, 2016).

Karen Smith is specialized in the field of contemporary Chinese art. Her main activities are research, writing and curating. In mid-2012, she was appointed founding director of OCAT Xi’an, a contemporary art museum that is part of the OCAT Museum Group founded in Shenzhen in 2005. OCAT Xi’an opened in November 2013. Since 2015, she has also worked as artistic director of Shanghai Centre of Photography.

Ex corporate lawyer and law firm partner, Andrew Ruff is an expert in the field of Chinese contemporary art with over 20 years of experience as a collector, curator, art director and art advisor. Andrew is active in the production of commercial and not-for-profit exhibitions throughout China. He served as the artistic director of SGA at 3 on the Bund and is the owner and operator of 166 Art Space.

Raffaella Gallo founded ARTCaffè in 2012, and since 2017 has been managing the ARTCaffè | ARTSeeing community in Shanghai, an international platform where people can share information related to contemporary art, with a focus on the city. As a non-profit event, ARTCaffè holds monthly art talks in which a guest artist gives a speech to a multicultural and diverse crowd, aiming to activate a conversation among artists and art lovers. Within this platform, Raffaella Gallo also organizes galleries and museums visit, lectures and workshops.

Shanghai Center of Photography (SCoP) was founded in 2015 by Liu Heung Shing. SCOP is a non-profit organization: the first such accredited art institution dedicated to photography in China, and Shanghai’s premiere museum for the photographic medium. SCoP showcases international and Chinese photography in all its diverse applications. Here you will find the best of journalism, documentary, social history, fashion and art photography from around the world. In tandem with its curated exhibitions, SCoP offers a range of educational programs from talks and lectures to practical workshops.

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