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are Nicolò Massazza (Milan 1973) and Iacopo Bedogni (Sarzana 1970), two video artists and performers whose work has been exhibited in many museums and galleries in the past 10 years, including Rome’s MAXXI, Barcelona’s Centro de Cultura Contemporanea, Warsaw’s Centre for Contemporary Art at Ujazdowski Castle, Turin’s GAM and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. In 2010 they won the Cairo Award and presented their short Distante un padre at the UN World Forum at Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Contemporary Art. they were selected for the Italian Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale. They have participated in a number of festivals, and in 2006 they were the only video artists selected to exhibit in Piazza Grande at the Locarno Film Festival. They collaborate with the French writer Michel Houellebecq since 2002. Their works were acquired by some of Europe’s most important private and public collections.


The artist as sacred parasite

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