Federico Gori

Prato, 1977.
In 2002, after receiving his degree in Painting from the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Gori won a fellowship at the Daniel Spoerri Garden. Hic Terminus Haeret, in Seggiano near Grosseto. In 2011 he was among the artists chosen to show at the 54th Venice Biennale in the pavilions devoted to Art Academies. In 2013 he won Special Prize in the Talent Prize for the visual arts. In 2016, alongside the architects Alessio Gai and Michele Fiesoli, he proposed the winning entry for the design competition A New Garden for Palazzo Fabroni. In 2017 he won the The Spur ETACEC 16-18 international call for an artist-in-residence at the La Panacée, Centre d'Art Contemporain in Montpellier, France. In 2021, in collaboration with MArTA (Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Taranto) he was awarded by PAC2020, a program for the production of new artworks promoted by the Direzione Generale Creatività Contemporanea of the Italian Ministry of Culture.
Among his solo exhibitions of recent years we recall here: Di fragilità e potenza, Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, 2013; Corteccia, Museo Ebraico, Bologna, 2015; Come Afferrare il Vento, Museo Palazzo Fabroni, Pistoia, 2015; Siate Fedeli Alla Terra, Atrio d'Onore, Palazzo della Provincia, Arezzo, 2018. L'eta dell'oro, MArTA (Museo Archeologico Nazionale) Taranto, 2022. In 2016 his artwork Underground n.II was acquired by the Museo Palazzo Fabroni, Pistoia and is shown in a solo exhibition room. His project Earthrise, developed with the scientist and neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso dates to 2019.

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